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Title: Haiti sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 46-47 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: R. Cheney, Jr.
Place of Publication: Port-au-Prince, Haiti
 Subjects
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Haiti -- Port-au-Prince
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Sept. 1950.
General Note: "The Haitian English language newspaper."
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PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITI Avenue. Marie-Jeanne CITE DUMARSAIS ESTrIM PHONE 2001 -'VOL XK SUNDAY AUGUST 21ST, 1960 -.No. ,9


congress Arms Iesident



Vith Full Economic Powers


rgentine Hero Honored PUlGILISTI ARMY Six Months Decree
nn ,. .


ite Ambassador' Osvaldo Atgel Ponibo (Fourth.trom right)
Haitian officials stand in font of. "the, square place de la
Jlique Argentine" '- formerly 'known ss the Bond Point. Ass-
i ro left' to right are pfnd Daniel fouchard, Minister,
onel Christophe metilP11 Tardaue,- f
SEmna ssy.g First (-1 S6y ; eie te Ambassador
bo,Prefect Luelen .Chauvet and the Mayor ofithe Capital
Deeb. (See Stor y'.j g 3).


P E A Z PEAC


Sessier FootballMatch

cores 29 Broken Heads

S POLICE ARREST 4'
:. ____________

g 'y Our Sportb, Reporter At approximately 4 p.In last
:What should have been a nice Sunday a Laferonele team play-
'to.e S|day's game of football er decided his judgement was
'pted into a battle royal 15 mi- better than the Referee's deci-
lutes after play commenced bet- sion against him and so, to pro-
teen the rival teams of Gressier ve his point, he struck out at the
d Laferonelle Leogane. (Continued on page 201


VIFI ; I 1 1.H I"W qF
BY DEPUTY


"Leogane Affair
MITISTE STA.TESIS
PSlRIOUsNESS OF
IEEUTENANI'rS ACTIONS
Deputy Moise o0 Leogane call-
.ed Ministers of -Justice and In-
terior to a meeting of the Lower
Chamber Wednesday where he
made a long 'xpose o-f the "Le-
ogane affair" to Ministers Luc
Franc6i'k and. Autele" Joseih.
The beginning of the '"affair",
slated Deputy Moise, was some-
time ago at a party given by
himself in Mathieu. During tl
course f 'the'festivities Lt. TonG
Pierre. probably 'put 'out- by the

ed, tried to intimidate the or-
chestia. '
' after speaking to the Lieute-
(Continued on page 20)'


Dr. Francois Duvalier, Prcsld.
ent of the ReBubllc, was given
full economic powers for the
next lix lonltis by a session of
the Legislative Chamberp a few
minutes before midnight Wedi-
esday Iho closing of the 38th
Legislature.
The lull economic powers will
enable President Duvalier to
rule by decree, establish taxes,
award pensions, remunerations
a"d sibsidios. The Superior
Co:.t o[ Accounts is .eliminated.
while ni icle ninety paragraph
2 and 8 of the Constitution have
been supressed.


Article 90 paragFrph. 8 states..
haeit.thre, RiAnta. s tn.p. : ake
all international treaties and con-
ventions, subject to their confir-
matin .by 'the National Assem-
bly, to which. he shall also sub-.
mit,all executive agreements for
ratification.
Earlier .Wednesday the House
of .Deputies had rejected with-
out discussion, by, 19 votes to 6.
a similar decree voted and hand-
ed down by the'Senate. At 10:55
pm the saine day the Lower
House presented a second bill
containing essentially the same
proposal as the first.
At approximately 8pm on Tu-
esday, after a thirty minute
meeting, the Senate voted and
passed a proposal of decree nre-


(CoqmUt~dl on page 2)


rether' Again


peeding Up
POTE COLE RI.l'U" ul
ITS OPERATIONS
If the main objeeoive of Pnrh.
ole is to "help pcopir," io IJlp
lemselves", then il ii ;] fw:;
iat its presence in I'rc Nortli.
ipports many workers ind its
operations have largely co6rtrib-
ed to smooth partly the big
id chronic problem of unem-
oyment.
Anyone here can understand
when, after a street demon.,-


Articles Aftected
'TThe Articles aflccled anil sup-
presac I il the Constltution by
the new decree giving Presid-
ent Dr. Francols D inalier full
econoLmic poweis are:.
Article 90 2nd, paragraph;.
lie shall take all inues.irees ire
cessary to ensure tihe *satisact-
ory futictioning of all State ad-
nrinistrative and financial age:a-
ties.
Article 99 3ih, paragraph;
He shall make all international
treaties and comnentions, subject
tw~their confirmation y the Na-
tional, Absembly,. Io- which : .h
sim a)Ite subtnauLb lla.,egeaive
affeeri1its0ofn r-atifieation. .
Article 94-The President shall
have,',no powers except those
conferred on him by Ihe Const-lL
ution and the special lawsenact-
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Aed under the U onsti u i n. I
LOne, Olympic Entrant (Continued on page 3)
Gets $1000 Aid GUATEMALA T.V. PRIZE 1)
WINNERS HERE
From Pres. Duvalier Mario and Bertha Imeri winn-
The Presidert of the Pepublic, ers of a television c o n t e st in
Dr. Francois Duvalier, has coh- their homeland Guatemala -
tributed 1,000 dollars to the fund, arrived here Saturday to sample
for Philome Laguerre thereby their prize. The couple won a
ensuring the Haitian Champion free week in Haiti at the Castel-
weight lifter's participation in Haiti.
the Rome Olympic Games which. Pan American Airways direct
commence towards the end of or Dick Abbott and a delegate r
this month.. of the Tourist Office welcomed p
Thus 6-.year-old Laguerre holder Mr. and Mrs. Imeri.
of a Pan American record in the
middle-heavyweight lifting divi-.
sion of 892 and three quarters
Ibs, is to be given the chance of
performing for his country at the
World's strongest compoti t i v e
athiclic meet. Work Pace S
Chances of victory for the 207
(Continued on page 16)


Rain 'Quakes'
SHAKE CAPITAL
IThe dire need for an intensi-
fled program of drainage, anti-
crosion and solid bridge cons-
trucllon was amply examplified
iw the severe rain storm that hit
Port au Prince for several hours
Saturday evening last and w.vreck-
ed lhavoc oj ro-ds. bridges, hill
idc.s arli communications.
SurLting around 4.30pm St'lf-
rda e't a comparitively .slov.-
pace the rain increased its down-
pours until the cit, streets be-
came miniature cataLacts carry-
ing precious top soil. small trees.
(Continued on page 17)


EDITOR'S NOTE: Since the
reopening of Pote C('ole in the
North. after a temporary clo-
iure Iut May. the public of
Pori au Prince and elsewhere
has constantly inquired as to
what is going on in the North-
ern area and in the fields of
the Point IV organization.


In -order In I


Surnish our


readers with information con-
ceeiling the various Pole Cole
pro.;cr-: c asked our North-
ern correspondent. Eric Eti-
enne, to outline the current
,intentions of USOM in the
North, (At the right is his re-


port.)


C
th
th
St

ut
at
pl
it


tration, the Organization was
asked to close. Haitian drivers.
mechanics, foremeg. workers on
road construction and agricult-
ural projects, etc.. were suspen-
ded, A period of confusion foll-
owed during which a Great deal
(Continued on pag-, 1)


Rule To Meet Crisis


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"HAITI SUN"


SUNDAY AUGUST/21


AS RECOUNTED

BY

AUBELIN TOLICOEUR





InHoiti This Week


.-Two American Teachers from Newv Ybrk, Hellaine Drucke; and
Barbara Rachman successfully invaded our shores this week and
made lois of prisoners with their captivating smiles. They fitted
beautifully to the land of "joi e de vire"...ThCy sparkled here
with wit and pleasantery. Hellaine teaches English and. Barbara
teaches speech to the Handicaped children, and she is proud of
her noble job where she" is learning to know the 'hearts of the
children she is working with.
Hellaine and Barbara stayed three days at the Ibo Lele. They
displayed a great interest for the Haitian art and the merengue...
Eleanor and Melanie Gross, two s:stors from Brooklyn spent
a few days here last week-end with f-iend Linda Diane Miller.
P.;clanie and Linda are Executaries and Eleanor a Legal Secret-
a'y. Eleanor and Melanie who look very "latin" tried to make
believe that they're Spanish, but.they do nol speak the "Cervan-
tes' tongue."

.-Lucien Rigaud has a thriving tour to Kenscoff. It is entitled
"A trip to the tropical Switzerland". A visit, to Kenscoff in horse
back riding offers' a sight which id uni(q l. T'.e visi. r gN.; a
picturesque view of Morne La Selle, a panoramic scenery over
l.'indreds of miles, it is another world.
I -
Herbert Ross in hardware business in.'Smithtown. New York,
spent a three day visit with his wife Leah at the El Rancho this
week.

Dick Johnson, a Research -Chemist in Kalamazoo, Michigan ar-
Sived here his week with Audrey ind Friend Doug Shepherd,
al'o a research chemist and his wife Ann. Dick is on his second
trip here and Audrey is completing her,third. They. are guests
at the Marabou HoteL

Belle Irene 'Gillis, a Promotion Director for Tailor Woman, a
[ Ahion house in New York arrived last week with a recommend-
. action from beautiful artist Carol Boyar, a Public Relations work-
'er for Haiti in New York. She stayed at the El Rancho. She was
entertained here by David Talamas of the Canape Vert Shop.
.'Ann Dye from Jacksonville Jburnal, Jackie Soud, a teacher, from,
Jacksonville and Jean Schwoyer, an Executive Secretary for the
. american Laubscher Corp, also guests at the El Rancho .werpv
entertained by Camille and Hadib and Wally Talamas of the,
Canlape Vert Shop.

' Mr. H. D. Whitehouse and Miss Manr Janet Shutte, of- H. '%i.
Foreign Service arrived here'Monday from a vi i'dt-abod. They
Share members of the British Embassy in Ciudad. ,-
. Mr. .idney Epstein, ,in .Insuranie business in Chicaago a .ted
'here this week with his blonde'.and beautiful wife Shirleyla forLer'
model. The Epsteins are:stdying'ta week at the El Rancho on the
r.arm recommendation of Mr aid Mrs Joseph Bain who came
-cently for five days and stayed three weeks.,

Mrs Joan Bain, employee of Pan Am. in New York was in transit
here Friday enroute to Trinidad to visit her mother. Slhe has an
East Indian type of beauty which is captivating.

.--Wool-worker Jean Michel from Paris and his beautiful wife
Claire stopped here last weekend on a six week honeymoon trip
:,rough Central America and the Caribbean. Jean and Claire have
. hosen the sceneries of Mexico, Guatemala, Cuba, Jhmacia, Haiti
rand Martinique as the background of their happiness. They spent
"- day at the Beau Rivage and drove North to visit Cap Haitici
rd the Citadelle but Kyona Beach was much too a captivating
p!ace, they spent 6 days there and flew to Martinique Friday.
Claire promised to bring her sisters here next year.


Congress Arms Pre


(Continaed from psat) '
sented by. Senator Victor Nevers
Constant, "arming the Chief of
the Executive Power for six
months with the necessary,pow-
ers to face certain economic' and
financial problems..tighily tied
to national interests"' in view, of
allowlngihim to anawpje on time
to all economic and financial si-
tuations both national and Inter.
national. -
*Present'at this meeting were
Senato6 s Antoine Maitfold, Dieu-
donne Legros. Gasner Kersaint,
Pressoir Bayard, Lamarre Ca-
my, Victor Nev. Ponstant,'Gehu
Gamier, Candelop LIucas, Ger-
ard Michel; Louis Raymond, A-
chille Salvant and Ulrich Saint-
uis.' .'
During debate on the proposal
Seriator Gamier, the only ope to
have voted against the proposal
of the decree, declared his posi-
lion by stating; ,"I understand
,'ery well the spirit of collabo-
ration which animates Senator
Victor Constant. However, I be-
lieve, as for myself, that this
project of decree cannot be rec-
cived by the Senate because It
; unconstitutional.
DOWN A SLIDING SLOPE?
Gehu Gamier continued his ad-
dress to the Senate stating "I
am ready to collaborate day.and
night with the Chief of State.
hut I think that 1e cannot draw
him down on such a sliding
slope."
Senator Constant: "This is not
Ih'e first time that the Haitian
parliament would delegate full
powers to a Chief of State. This
is done everywhere in the world.
-:.' eipn~rememberiffiat in ma-
y iunusatl crdumhtances the
Chamber ipt deputies and. the
Senate have given Pull powers
i2 'the $Gbvernewiit ioj the .22nd.
of September. This time the
question is not about full politi-
cal ruling powers but merely
about full economic ruling ppw-1
?rs.'
Senator Garnier: "If I came
to oppose this :decree it is not
in the thought of being a nuis-
ance or anything else. If it were
only to the Prisident of the Re-
public,' whom we-well know, that
we should give full powers -on-
y. on economic grounds- I
would be the first one to sign;
I wbuld sign with my hands and
feet tied.
"But, experience has shown
that the- President cannot study
all the contracts, 'laws, disposi-
'Jons of laws anL decrees which
.Ir ilttmntfePitb ni"m.''And if so
happens.,that there are people
next to the President who are
decided to defend only their own
interests, bringing at the same
time, as they did in the past,
the President to sign decrees
which are submitted to him.
"The President.has wanted to
withdraw them but it was too
late. T repeat it I do not trust
certain members of the cabi-
Inet."
,CABINET NEVER
INVESTIGATED
"My dear colleagues stated
Senator Ulrich St. Louis, "we
must stay consequent with our-


selves. I think the declaration
of college Gamier is a bit on
the light side.
"We cannot say that certain
irmsber's oi the Executive cap.
no' be trusted for we have nev.
c. taken. any action against the
Sclual cabinet .which, in turn,
has never beqn investigated by
the Senate."
Senalor darnier: "Anyway, the
Cabinet ,has very often taken ac-
tion against our will."
To 'ils litter remark Senat-
or. St.. Louis paid no attention.
He carried on stating, "Not long
ago, in a resoliution,'we pr lai-
med our faith in the honesty of
o'r venerated leader, Dr. Fran-
cois Duvalier, 'and you know
gentlemen -that a faith without
action is a dead faith.
"And this project of decree,
my dear college .arnier, has
Its source in the grelt confiden-
ce that all of us here have in
the Chief of our party. Our Gov-
ernment Is .different from all
others, it is-, a government .f
party. Many..times I have exq
eased my. ideas; ,1 feel repre-
sented within the Executive as
the Executive is represented here
and I am always guided by the
spirit of the party.
"We arc in the presence of
an acute economic crisis and
urgent 'measures are- necessary.
As Senator Constant just emph-
asized, we know that 'Haiti is
considered as being the first
country to benefit from econom-
ic assistance. We must be lucid
ind stay men of the pai'ty.' It is
the reason why I believe that
we are in the obligation of agre-
eing once again to certain sacri-
fices.
FISHING IN DARK WATERS
"Of course,, those who fish in
dark waters will say that we
have failed in our task; who car-
es? We shall know that we have
done our duty." As Senator St.
Louis rettirned-:o seat Sen-
otor Ga'ire sspoie 'i e
*"It is be .uee '.t.hi' .
mic assistancee that 'ypu 0j. i l-
kiag about that I th"iank' i^
hahdl th in a de-- ocratic
uanp$er. r told you.wibit 1 salad
previously at the tribune."
VOTE TAKEN
The President of the Senate
proposed to vote on the princip-
te of immediate vote which was
accepted by 1 to 1, (Gamier,)
and the result was the same for
the vote o fthlaw'.. .
Following the vote came a
speech by the President of the
Senate who stated "The econo-
my of a country is healthy only
in the measure in which the pro-
sperity of private enterprises
contributes to 'the general well
being of the community.
"Indeed, no' human: collectiv-
ity could Uve and prosper with-
out the cooperation of all the liv-
ing forces which cqmpose it.
"Well understood a p.d well
practiced, such a cooperation
cannot, in a given society, but
cause a. better utilization of re-
sources and energies aid bring
at the same time this society to
a rapid 'and harmonious develop,
ment.


/ .,.


ions, national or
that'we have the honor'i'
mit to the appreciation o ie
honorable members of thi..g
assemblyy the following~jp '
of decree:
THE LEGISLATIVE VeBi',
In view of articles 6$, 8 d
O of the transitory. dlisposiA
of th, Constitution; '"'
In view of the resoluHoh'"Otl
Senate of the RepublioAp.
June 7, i960, recognize tit;;
Francols Iuvaller, PresVdelnS
the Republic, sa-hiUlly A"Ji
the confidence that the Halt..
people place in him;
Considering that the message
of the ChiO of State pronounced
In Jacmel on June 21st, 1960
constitutes a requlsitory which
puts into light the feeling o0 the
First Magistrate of the .Repuab-
lie to gather all Haitians In the
cult of the country for'h theta
(Continued on page 20)


PAGE 2


"Although staying'thei
le source from which co

around us, this spirit oroi
boration, we must reco g
has often lacked he
interesting to. emphasis
,since his. swearing :3l
sitdent of the 'RdpublM '
ways stressed to d'\i i-'Hti
their d.ityf. tmi't in
of the country for
of the 'common, nation
ance. : ,
"He has never stopped"eia
Ing national feeling and s wi
his dedication, tot .nth t4
rights of the people, `nd 'to pl
serve, even at the cost .of.'
lfe, the permanent intereq
the Haitian community.: :He'.
even done better; consetf
his great obligations toa
nation Prsident Duvai'
filed in tront of all, the'
wounds which are gnaw
to this minute the co
of the Haitian nation. si
'** ,swvx ir a flws. Biw"
S"kis'also n a t equfi'eavt$

pople whbo ho w-al.ays '
itself prohipt 'to -ai
all along its moving 'aid
history. .
"The frankness or Drt. PlifIA
cois Duvalier," stated the'MWSh3aQ
-ate President, "shows allti'
faith in the end of the -triWlj'tdI
the construction of aH iatl'fA
powerful and prosperous. 'As ,ydo
already kliolr, importaiit an :V'1'
tal questions ad 'Mictually',-&e'
'preecupatibins sf'the free '4diAt
which is. .eaPrJhng for a' tindri
ula able to better thd conditioi'llr
of under-developed codntel' !'le'
"The Republic of Haiti. '
as Bolivia, has beeri desigY.ti,
s one of the poorest natik*s'l
Latin' America which is to.!w!'
neflt immediately from Winl
aid to invigorate its deria$'
economy. So we .must.-'p.
cieumnstance, arm the Exe
power with the necessary' '
to face perajn financial: '4
nomic problems tightly
nationall *tin rqf







tNAr-AUGUST 21, 1960


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Na

*'{ALITIAN-
~t4MERICAN
TITUTE ENDS
4 four .teachers attended
Fgi'i annual. EngliSh teach-
of the Haitian Ame- :i '
atitute, Port all Prince's .T. .."-
io'na Center. d ring the
:*'w 't!ks of Aubuist.
g. sessions for the tea-
q w.ho included four teach-
the Institute Ante.iur
..Cap Haitien, opened '
a urse. in "Phonetics and
fpMciation of American
}..given by Mr. James .
lang U a g e instructor Raymona nl Giatia .(left) Director of the Idstitute Anle-or Fir-
e U.5, Nava, Mission in
ie~. ision Cap Hsit en.-one of five professors from the Northern C(ty
itLA.spries of pronunciation ,i.
ed0fi on the characterist- i'ho.attended the recent English Teachers Seminar at the I.i:iiau-
.o Haitian speech were pre- American Institute, receives his diploma from the Minister of
'.aKby,.Mr,..QOberstar and. the Education, the Rev. Hubert Papailler.
it were .ve., ,well received;
S ,4:; teachers asked for : the Stlates and Hawaii.. and gave certilicates for attelrdance and
Sto .use in their ow talks illustrated by,:slides on dif- outstanding- achievement; these
S{ : t ferent regions of the U.S., -* were presented' by tile Minister
ers attending ie semin- The Seminar .closed on Friday of Education the Rev. Hubert
d .into two evening with the presentation'of Papailler following w;icl the
divided into two groups
i r"es entitled "Diction and
n," byv Mr Paul F.
,Field Consultant on En,
i.teaching, and a second DISTRIBUTION' OF LANDS
"j.The structure of the E:n- AT LA VACHE ISLAND
.jliguage" by Mr. John
oyd, the Centre's Director': -Qurilg tihe late thirties, whe.i vision of Mexican boll. wed'.'i.g.
,tjinal morning session, cal- selected cotton Forbes-Barker Citruc planting replaced cott-
4eas in American Literat- was oLtering to our country a on and all the planted lands were
iQas. given by P.A Frede- uniqup chance of develoinent rented to the ."Etablissements,
di~C'uil JbTiathan tdward, Ibased oh fftp'urbile.:' economic L. Dejoie.".
eiS...b crmon, 'Abraham Lin- a'lues, the Deparnehf df-'Agri- These are the lands that have
ili d Franklin Roosevelt culture got from the Govern- been'distributed to Ile A Vache
s'cuised d4s -representat- :rWeit 500'acres of 'ltnd that wbuld peasants. It is a fact that this
e :of their areas and a com- .nave to be used to the develop- is a Measure of elementary jus-
orn-contLrast of the ideas and meant of cotton. The former leas- tice; 'lands should be owned by
eiry, forms of each followed. ers were free -[trom rent, bit -the ones who till them and no
Jolish and English Teaching should, on the other side, sub- basic prejudice is caused to 'the
,. the subjects presented in mit themselves to the Depart- lime oil industry since c.tr-is
ening,,programs by Mr. Floyd ment decisions as to crops to production is naturally for the
.Mr, Gli n.'They i,*ere join 'be grown The "sucessful .begin- area establishments.
iy two Point IV experts who ning at lhis ,project has been (From Les Information Teeh.
.eon education in the United unfortuhataly 'stopped by the. in- niques & Comunerciales)
... "."t ..: ... .

IN HAITI SHOP

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HANDICRAFTS


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ON THE RUE DU QUAI

(AM. EXPR. AND DINERS CLUB ACCEPTEI)D


teachers listen closely to one of a series ,Jeotule s during
English Teachafn Sinar held at the "!alti -a4 .sl ;
Se during the first two weeks of this rlonitl; h '. :
'I .

students performed a nyster. port :otedsl t' tIe.A ion
thr;lle play. Is r'c.r o.l,\ fnn )' ifn eM~ers
7:ie Haitian Eng'ish Teache,-L o.i ni n.i i in at it
Association, lounde l after latt .' t .% uklv.rr;i.i gremic '
year's seminar, pre cd it 2,ar. pog ig action, ,'
progress report to the seminar .l1 pi:blcnr and [at -t eacl
and also held elect ins. The rr'- i g.

ARTICLES AFFECTED
(Continued ftoum page 1) Court uo .Accounts, ..barhgd wit',.
Article Is9Astae' and coanmii- "tlt Atnlminilrutive and Jurisdrie'
ial taxes may be established tional corlirol or a i t expeolnd
onl; by a law'. 4, di urcs and rev- be s..


granted except under a law pro. and all dralt contracts, agrur.'.
posed by the Executive .Joivyer-. meriW'2ai. olivcitllons of a conu'?l':
,Artlile 110--A. autonomous agr, mercili or financial nature to: .
ency known .as thbe Superior which the Slae is a party. .


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PORT-AU-PRINCE
YOU WILL FIND SUPERIOR QUALITY BLUE
BONNET RICE EVERY DAY
A IHGHLY VITAMINED RICE
SOLD BY SACK OF 100 POUNDS
AT THE FOLLOWING PRICES:
Blue Bonnet Grade-A $10.50 or 52.50 G;des
Blue Bonnet Grade-B 859 or 42.50 Gdes.
Blue Bonnet Grade-C 5.80 or 29.00 Gdes.
Discount of $.30 cents or 1.50 Gde. by 1001 sack on
any purchase made directly from the Rice Mill at DE-
SEAUX (Artibonite Valley).
Discount of 4 per cent on purchases of 0 sacks or
more of r:cc
TO BUY ODVA RICE IS TO BUY
HAITIAN PRODUCED RICE
TO BUY HAITIAN PRODUCTS IS TO
HELP DIRECTLY IN STABILIZING
THE ECONOMY OF THE COUNTRY


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Pote Cole


(gtlbume.sd aom -pe 11
of .pple were inquiring: "When
1will 'bte Cole be reopened?"
The incidence of temporary clo-
sing an ; mmerce and currency
circulation was evident too!
.~iorately, in a relatively
sheet gegiod resumption came,
under a new Haitian direction,
simne -the desiderata of a few'
labor nnion leaders were the
reosiiaton of the former Coor-
dinator, Major Robert Bazile,


and some Haitian key
ans of the Olgamnzation.
BASIC 211lnIZATI(
Very often during the 1
en months, HITI SUN I
en information about th
lopment of Pete Cole's
ams. Basic action and fir
of that business appeared
columns. If Almselopment
ed .slow 'to .mey -who
know what was going on
le Cole, we can say:it


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"HAITI


Pushing
technici- be~eusp'in our long
ga.ize4 country, su
)NS jets "take time to
ast sev- right way and all
has giv- ficulties are met 1
e deve- Nevertheless basic
'progr- ant things have be
ststeps during the first ye
. n our Cole Operation, in t
seem- Public Works, Heal
didn't ture, Education, etc.
at Po- Now, with the n
is only technicians who will
time it's unavoidal
:-.'; come adapted to the
abilities, little by little
r ning again. And
that everytldihg will


er before long. So m
ter!-
Actually the con!
Plaisance- -Pilate ro
will cost approxima
the repair-of Carre
-Dondon mountain
the estimated cost of
!)ccll resumed. Survey
control of the Limbe
soon of tie Grande
Nord) are underway
available for these p
there is certainty
will be provided for
ion of all programs.
In Public Health,
program has been
well trained sanitary
inspectors. Since in!
trol rural areas, Po
vides each one with
so they can move
to fulfill their dutid
ago, addition of ott
at Milot to enlarge
Sanitary Officers Tr
ol commenced. Now,
Councils are learning
to cooperate with
nitaires."
CAP-HAITIEN C1
As Engineer Gera
the newly appointed
is a competent spec
nitation and Public
lime disastrous sai
ems of Cap-Haitien i
roundings are. being
and will be solved
near future. Cap-Ha
tion expects to livt
very clean town.
The agricultural
never slackened eve
"sleeping" period o
At Grand-Pre's far
tion of USOM and
nicians with peasant
cially members of 4
er stopped. This
Cole's project is of s


FR. HENRY
BURROWS
BACK FROM
U.S. VACATION
The Rev. Fr. Henry N. Bur-
rows, organist at St. Trinite Ca-
thedral, has returned from a
month's "working vacation" in
the United States. Fr. Burrows,
who has already started a music
course for members of his choir,
secured scores for many choral
and instrumental works to be
used in his music program this
year.


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53.55.Rdue duQuai :
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and delhevred in 24 hour. -
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g Ahead Again' |
time unor- pe that it could easily fill five Co struction of-ap .ii
ich big. pro- or six of our columns. However ing Ir planned:'
start in the our readers will be interested to velt, a few step
kinds of dif- Inow that the cocoa and coffee Ten houses are also &L e
by pioneers. nurseriess programs are flourish- be elected at Bel-Air oin Gov
and import- ing and livestock raising is, up nment lands as'a partLo'ta
een realized to now, a great success. Some- ing project for the bikleht of
ear of Pote day we will print a special re- Haitian key technical: tW4 4
the fields of port 0.1 thLt section of the pro- MORE EMPLOYEE CHANGES?
th, Agricul- ject. According to strong;
It is the same for the Educa- the same labor Union' loA
lew Haitian tion Piogram of Pbte Cole. In ers .who settled list .1
take some spite of the uncertainty HADO demonstrations are spoa'ln'
ble to be- was put in by temporary closing require discarding of' soi
eir. responsi- last May, the program went on Cole employees because 9-
e life is ret- with the same capable staff, mer political opinion or a
people hope Plan and action continued, pro- during the revolutionary p
run smooth- jects were carried out. of C57, or because 'he w'
uch the' bet- I:n some respect, avatars con- have their own ien in flA
fronted weeks ago by the Orga- rious important jobs of the
struction of nizalion were full of experiences ganization. It would really
ad which for everybody. A whim-teller bad to discharge those wbo
tely $80,000, said the other day that annoy- well their work and to re
?four-Menard' ences endured by Pote Cole re- thpm with people wlib ve
3us .road at informed its .popularity among he fitted to a job 6nly,'tl
$50,000 have the North's people. From a ccr- longtime training. But a'nyw
;ys for flood tain point of view, this is true, people who consider nothcdI
a River (and because people r e a liz e much than success to our ecanbi
Riviere du better -now what a help for eco- conditions, certainly agree
; 53,000 are nomic development Pote Cole political interference inthLat'a
rejects, (and can be if everything is running gram which needs only' a Id
that money well. with the most desirable and capacity would be a s
the complet- cooperation, i.e. without any po- ling-block.
i)itica interference which seems Those who are pushing un I
a sanitation to have been introduced in the scious leaders or their adepts
started with business over the past few such action areI maybe, u e
-officers and weeks, especially in the appoint- to understand w"i'at t'Q
specters con- ment and resignation of employ- means... And also' the et
ote Cole pro- ces. technics for any 'serious; buMi
a new bike,
about easily WHAT MAKES A WEDNESDAY NIGHT SP]I ii
es. A month
her buildings AT THE
the site of
raining Scho-
Community
Bacoulou CluubU
g they have Ba C 0 I :u
"Polices Sa-
SO EXCITINGLY DIFFERENT" FOURWO
LEAN-UP THE
ard Jospitre, j':-
Coordinator, FAMOUS BACOULOU
cialist in sa- VOODOO DANCE
Health, .long- ,'.:" :
unitary probl-
City land sur- %W/li/fl/// W ll//fl W f t :, '.
looked over
in the very, MEN SIRTS..
itien popula- CARVES
e soon in a A

program was HANDKERNdiES
en during the
f Pote Cole.
rm, coopera- ,I-
Haitian tech- sBy ,ARD
nts and espe-
-C Clubs nev- f'i
part of Pote AB 'F'B
io wide a sco- 1 .I 'J iB


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HAITI JZ. NY A. ,
THE HAITIAN ENGLISH LAN i jaiW0 I
Cumnuniuty Weekly Published "$uniiay Moi'ning
Wt l*dM.rPubllsher BERNARD DIEDERICI
i i' ;int-Responisuble MAUOLAIR LABISSIERE
,If.EMBER OF THE INTER-AMERICAN PRESS ASSN.
3 ESTABLISHED IN 1950


;ALX CAYES BUTTER IS ON LOCAL MARKET

"hfitrary to recent public opinion and criticism butt-
P the Southern Cooperative 'factory of Aux Oayes
.a'be purdhlsed in the Calpitl City according to an
Mtlistt tlh 0comnounique of tihe butter cooperative's

!During recent weeks prospective customers 'have de-
1.ided to know why they found the home produced
r uCinobtainable on the market. In answer to this
CIndperat come ou s tate3 that since the commen'c-
'bte (July 31) of operati-n 12,731 lbs of butter have
Miiprodtucd of which 7.800t1s has obme to Port au
rtlb be added to a sufbEtitute sold in large tina at
lierir price to tihkt of butter.


Dear Sir:
I have at last found out a ma-
jor reason for the slacl:ening off
of our island's tourist trade in
this and recent months it is
the derogatory and often ict -
cious articles that keep appear-
ing with disturbing regulanit Li
newspapers abroad and which
seem to specialize in only scrat
ching at the surface of the, Irut'i
and filling in the cloudy back-
grounds from what must be a
very vivid imagination.
The most recent and blatant
story is that banned headlined
in tl;; "Miami Herald"'' of Fr-
day, August 12 "Crisis in
Haiti holds Threat of Violence
and Racial Strife. That big scre-


ihe Reason for 'this is an obvious a.d worthy one. Timing headline, fi's columns
'tiodften a country disregards snobishly a loal pro- icl"e b UPa staff writer Henry
in fkvor of a foreip, import; therefore the Aux Raymont that is full of not to
fes qpw ff A "'d not intend putting its subtle suggestions and theories.
Ailent butter on je market until wrap~eis, being coupled with a host of iaccur-
iatueed in ola011l re aviaaible to make the itef at- acie:-.
jtive as ell. 'as a good product. The story is w.oiL. :,i s,:c, :i
iway'that the reader is led tI
t that the.c operative ha received 6ve. that current affairs in
I hW G .. nd .R alti :ptt this country on the
6q lant hveWenet, UhSOeM- tiame7dletei as the Congo which
Jie Nal (igi action and that the 300opounds. is,: o.fcourse, completely mislea-
f1tr begtM'b&rduced daily is of "excellent quality." ding. Raymont further suggests
P tiio n is being increased steadily and before that the civilan militia. "closely
bag it is e ed to relh a daily output of 500 pounds. following the pattern of Castrs's
SPeoples Army." received its in-
!- Each poDl10f butter produced 'by the A-ix Cayes auguration at the sa time it
factory is .from 'pasteuirizqd cream under top'hyg- received its blue uniforms. This
nit: conditi. 'b i. o elbeing plE ded in a cold chamber is a glaring mistake on the part
ilth a tempeMi 'e of 10 degrees centig rad 'below'zero of the author- as the militia was
Here it can-e preserved for months w4titult 'inon- foried well on a year ago a tr
ence. 'iThe Cap~tal city retailer of the butter has invasionn r Key West Flo-
stated that each consignment has arrived in perfect As for-the principle streets hb
olditibn. ing "town up to be paved iit
nothing has been dow .n
'As soon as the. special paper wrappers to cover the months," Raymont is agb n d o.
.ua ter pound batons and parafin 'boxes arrives -corn- erlooking the facts; the Gr; d
plete with 'he cooperatives xValtie e't -- :butter consum- Rue, is a striking example' of a
Iwt wil find no diffifulty in obtaining Haitian butter' inajor street repair and is sche-
the city's grvery stores. duled for completion in the necr
'j future.


ROND POINT
RENAMED
IN HONOR OF
SAN MARTIN
The Rond Point of Liberty,.
principal atr'.deye catching entry
to the modern and fashionable.
lown lownf Exposition .City, re-
vived in ai'change in name dur-
ng ceremonies held Wednesday
Morning. The new namn'e is to
e known as "the square place
e la Republitque. Argentine."
In honor o(:the liberator Jose
an Martin and on the occasion
Shis 110th anniversary the
rnd Point 'was renamed and
adjoining A%,enue received
.e new title "Avenue Jose de
aMartin."
:A full battalion of Army Guard
bd a military band attended
ie ceremonies at which the Am-
bassador of the Argentine, Os-
aldo Angel Pombo, and the
tayor of Port au Prince, Jeane
)eeb, made the principal speech-


WTLHEM ANDERSON PASSES
Wilhem' 'Anderson, -a- :ie~je'eted
resident in Haiti for 63 years,
died in, _e-Canape Vert Hospit-
al Satu rday 'ad was laid to rest
the: folqling- day at the Petion-
ville' Ceietary. He was 86-year-
old.
During his long career in Haiti
Wilhem Anderson was one time
German Consul in Jacmel and
lived in recent years in Petion-
ville. lie is survived by his wife
Elizabeth Anderson, whom he
wed 51 years ago, and a son
Andy Director of Southerland
Tours.
The Haiti Sun takes this oppor-
tunity to extend its condolences
to Wilhem Anderson's family.


es on the ideals of Pan Ameri-
canlism
The national anthems of both
Republics were rendered by thec
attending military band.


It lakes thousands and thous.
ands of dollars annually to ad-
vertise and dr.w to'lrist '- r-
ists tl;at we surely wa,t to .e-
turn lo Haiti again, but It on!:,
takes a couple of paragrphes
from the misinformed to undo


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all the work and stop the tour-, tnlt point out the logic of say-
isis coming. Haiti Wants and, ing the country'ss trees and fight-
needs tourists but it does not .ing erosio'..etc., but there was
need healines proclaiming "Vio no apparent logic behind that
l-ice and Racial Strife," when section of the Esso program
tlnt is not the case. Trusting which has turned Port au Prince
tCat you will see fit to publish into a multi-hued wall of paper.
tliis letter in the Interests of Placing this form of advetis-
c.,ncise reporting in future by ing on walls, fences and even
visiting reporters. I thank you, lamp posts is perhaps excusable
J. W'. B. but it gets a little beyond a joke
when business houses have their
The Editor
Te Editor display frets liberally covered
Haiti Sun b
Dear Sir: by posters.
Dear Sir:
While Esso Standard Oil is to I would like to suggest to the
be commended for its inaugural, campaign director- that the post-
lion of a reafforestration and ers voould scrve a far more
anti-erosion theme into the "Cui- worthy cause and reminder in
sinesso" campaign, myself, and the country areas and those.com-
a number of neighboring b.sin- rating soil destruction rather
eus establishments,, find it hard than here m the Capital where
to understand the reason behind the only trees displaying their
t'.e abandonment with which the foliage are hardly likely to come
capital has been plastered with under the axe,
r sters. I remain,
The posters in question c'ert- Post no Bills.


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Hait
-CloDoes makelh the man" but
in Haiti a sure mark of dignity
and esteem is to be seen through-
out the island by men and %iom-
en proudly carrying their "Ma-
lette Zinc" the colorful and
ingeniously made tin can sult-
case, an article prized by well-
off and poor alike.
A flourishing trade, especially
over the past two years, 1he tin
and zinc manufacturing of suit
cases has spread its influence
-and the colorfully labelled exte-
Sriors attract not only Haitians
but many intrigued visitors from
abroad. And well it might for
no where else in the world does
the tin can hold such an elevat-
Sed place in the economy. of a
Country as it holds here.

S renowned for their skill and
ingenuity and the utilization of
even the smallest piece of tin
the "Malliers" of Port au Prin-
ce, with. their main area of fa-
Sbrication sited in that section
.' of the city known as "Belle En-
tree" daily turn out not just
suitrases'but dozens of household
Sites "hat. find their way into
homes throughout the country.

Although the gaudily hued suti
Case is to be seen more readily,
; especially in the -Capital, as a
S-product of the tin industry, the
busily tapping hands of the tin
.' workers s can' swiftly produce any
one of dozens of items ranging
from baths down to condensed
milk can lamps the "lampe
tete gridaipe" that with the
e. addition of a small tin chimney,
:locally grown cotton wick, and
'-filled with cheap selling diesel
.oil, light the home, the street
vendors wares and the market
Sstal with their flickering flame.

WIDE VARIETY OF ITEMS
Passing by any one of the doz-
.: ens of busily employed pavement
':"tih smith's shops" a prospect-
wr ive' buyer can take his choice
from, the usually jumbled array.
of tin and zinc articles includ-
F igg, cups, mugs, baths, jugs.
'..milk cans, lunch boxes, kettles,'
"' ..backdts (boquittes), pans, lamps,
I"' tiny wick and oil burning stoves,
tI tays, chandeliers, water-
ing-cans, and even bird cages
i',. nd funnels.
Whether the goods for dle aire
r.etly set out.. in .piles or wheth-
er tiby are' jumbled and over-
f owing into the gather and rold
w. ay from their'pc.vcmcnt'stalls,
,i' tey make an impressive display
for the combination of glittering
in-ware and sunshine is daz.-
ling. While .many of the artic'e:
are left in their o-ig :-al t n and
-zinc silvered color others arn
painted every color of the rai i-
Sbow.
BURSTS OF' COLO
Customers t a k e te;r ,'h*ic.
from brightly pailtd lunch hox.
es or trays but by Lir the mos
impressive item and drawcard
is the suitcase.
The history of the "Malrpte
Zinc" is as colorful as the pro-
duct itself. During the old days
,rof- the sailing ships travellers
nimale use of large trunks in


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i's Tin Can Industry
*which to pack their goods. To HISTORY OF THE SUIT CASE and zinc to the suitcase makers
meet the supply and demand for are live Port au Prince import-
these travelling thunks, Haiti used Now with the demand for lar- ers. One of these is a Blancc,"
to import tons of colorful flower ge travelling trunks non-existanI a Mr. Smith, at the corner of
emboszcc tin sheets which were the "Malliers" of Port au Prinm RLue (I Magasin de I'Etat and
purchased by the "malliers" v.ho hla\e turned their talents. with Rue Tiremasse. A sheet of tin
in turn shaped them into suit equal skill, to the manufacture sells to the mallier for 2 gour
cases and travelling trunks. of light tin suitcases fit for the des (40 cents American.)
era of the plane. Contrary to
During the war, Haiti was cut accepted opinion the cases are CASE MATERIAL
off from her suppliers of the co- not a collection of cans flattened COSTS 6 GOURDES
lored tin sheets, Germany, and and patched together but, in the As the m-nufacture of the tii
so the tin smiths reluctantly re- case of a single suitcase, one suitcase is a highly competitive
sorted to the use of plain tin and a half ;hceets of misprinted field the margin of profit real-
sheeting. 'S inch by : inch sheet which ized is low and the haggling ex-
is imported to Haiti and resold cessive. For an Axpenditure'of
With the conclusion of World to the suitcase manufacturers to roughly 6 gourdes ($1.20). the


War II, a local merchant with
much foresight commenced the
importing of misprinted beer,
oil, Lincan sheeting. This inova-
tion sold like hot cakes and the
market has continued to flourish
ever since.


be made up into the colorful and
popular finished article; an art-
icle that has become in such
demand that even tourist shops
in the Capital now feature the
cases amongst their wares.
Keeping up the supply of tin


maker is fortunate if he can
:ell the Lnished article for 7
gou.rdes ($1.40). A glance at ihe
material list for one suitcase,
(below, gives an indication of
the narrow margin between cost
and profit;


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of t!n zinc 3
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1 handle (carrying) 0,35
1 pair of couplets O,: )
3 shects of Tapes- .
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1 safety lock 0.25,

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Every day in the "Belle En-
tree" area the work of the "mal
lers" is evident but they are
generally'heard before they ared
seen. From some distance' a yr
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2 1wtl0,e' d.s Fat.e
pA B RIOU AIDING ILE DE the mainland of Haiti to the ly, only a few weeks, "after Fa- T
.. '. FOR 13 YEARS humpbacked and turtle-like isl- their Riou took up residence on. c
L j"ry of Father Riou's ge- and of lle de la Tortue 13 years the island, a peasant with a bad ry
ler-work on Ile de la Tortue ago to become the first priest machete wound came and show-
AiF.947..was told to the Haiti to administer to the inhabitants ed it to the French priest. p
Su last week, by Father Des- of the isolated little landmark Confronted with a practically a,
SChaplain of the Port au off Haiti's Northern coast. severed arm and a gory mess of th
pri loys school St. Lou;s de Although many stories have blood Father Riou, who had re- a
onaegue and a man who has, evolved as to how the French ceived an amount of medical
lit'ere Riou, put much work priest first became a doctor to training in his homeland, calmly
igi. Turtle Island for the bene- the ailing people. of Turtle Isl- proceeded to sew the veins of
':ftpifit 15,000 population, and the one thought to be the the torn wound together and his 'i
ea r. Riou, stated Fither "closet" by Father Desjardins medical care later proved to be a
iardins, first crossed rom ;s the one that tells of how short- a complete success. -


Le proil amllior& do I
roulement done
gcurit6 supplme
dispositif de sileo:;
rents bruits d4sag
tandis que la construci
Super-Cushion Sans C
p.e nt Jabsorber les
*XX' f1dlltowa ou,'TeyiI
plat. et moins de delays
Construction Grip-Seal
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The fame of the Father's med- r
ical skill swiftly spread through- d
out TurtleIsland and the main- r
land and he soon became flood- r
ed with the approaches of the
sick seeking cures. As an aid to l
Father Riou's generous work the t
Sisters of Wisdom here in Haiti '
and in Canada and Maine sent
him medicines and sample med-
ical supplies to supplement his
stocks expended in tending io
the constant needs of lie de la
Tbrtue's, people.
DIEA M CAME TRUE
FatherP Riou's work in the me-
dical field became heavier as
the years passed and it was in
.1952 that he started dreaming
-of'a I'ctpr and nuns to aid him
in 'hi'"ncreasingly growing work.
By 1955, with the arrival on
Turtle Island of Dr. Maurice Ni-
colas, part of the busy priest's
dream had come true.


ta ha;aJ-_ Dr. Maunce Nicolas, a surg-
Co eon and general practitioner
io4n from Lyon, France came to Haiti
,-. and-'i e-e de la Tortue from a
i ,.806 sound practice in France. He
,;a~r Ae., help the people of Haiti
.... :d has continued to do so, in
O i company with his wife who arri-
Shamb ved to conduct psychiatric work
^hamb r only a few, weeks after her hus-
cho dts b_- ~y~e,; past fie years.
.*.. pi''..' Notglonglatfer the arrl lo of
. ,:'1 A D oas, trom France two
Space uists .. trm: the "Missionnaires
ClUSV a' bia 's'e:de F r i b o u r g",
;ique L.j reItrland, came to
tiqueie_ rorkfri lie de !a Tortue: they
/ '.ere sisters .Bluette and Rose.
//,' S / ince the initial arrival of nuns
S'''/' to aid Father Riou and Dr and
M?A, Mrs Nicolas in their work three
Sithtr silsers late come to the
S?'X : Island Sisters Annie, Jacque-
S11 B and Erica. (In addition to
rLoM ,iif n psllllil* thes ere are Sisters Klara and
W Odle who originally came to
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If you're lookuig for office lurniture IILal really expreresse your
idividualily, then take a few moments to call or visit your MA-
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Beautifully designed desks in striking bloude, distinctive dark
alnut. woodgrain or traditional plain gray; also available modern,
raInatic tire-tone arrangements.

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No. 5005 134.95
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urtle Island and are now ir medicines; it was 'this gift that
charge of the Bonneau dispensa started the building of the hoa- "
y on the mainland.) pital. Father Riou replied to the i
Thus it is that a constantly Board thanking them for their
pressured group of six people gift a letter which was soon
re caring and administering to after published in the bulletin -
he majority of 15,000 Turtle Isl- of the Catholic Medical Mission
nd inhabitants. Board.
HOSPITAL POSSIBLE This letter divw the attention
THROUGH GENEROUSITY of an American woman, a Mrs.
And where do Father Riou and Galazzo, who sent the French :
is staff conduct their medical Priest a donation of $3,000 with
ttentions the answer lies in which t,, help build a home for
he neat 80 bed hospital of Notre the sisters on Turtle Island and
)ame des Palmistes a hospital to commence the construction of
nade possible by the generous a hospital. Prior to the gener-. '
nations and gifts of money and ous woman's "gilt Father Riou
medicines from Haiti and ab- had raised some money on a trip
mad. to his homeland and this, supple- .
Some years ago the Catholic mected with gifts of money from
Medical Mission Board sent Fa- the Point Four Organization, .
her Riou and his charges of SCHAER, (pow a branch of HA- ]
[urtle Island a gift of essential (Continued on p -e;14) ,i

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Swim, Spearfish, Snorkle, Water-Ski
And Sail In Safe Coastal
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Underwater Beauties Of Carbbeam,


Landlubbers are fast becoming eight feet in depti,, and one need Larry's popular 'Neptune Rest- SCUBA (Self Contained Under- official teams of tl
avid enthusiasts for underwater not even swim to observe beau- aurant" in St. Thomas.! afterr Breathing Apparatus) and each may participa
exploration among the coral gar- tiful coral formations in. thrpe Here, Virgin Islands Pleasure are enjoying lung diving for a prizes. Special note
dens of the Caribbean with their or four feet of water, while a Boats, Inc. provides a variety moderate fee at Bill Woodward's be in effect and a
shifting population of colorful variety of fish are speared in of boats and charters. They alho "Los Tres Caballeros del Mar" lion fee is required
fish. Within the past year, the shallow areas. conduct a spear fishing and at the little fishing port of Fa- Curacao Tourist
S increasing popularity of this new- A magnificent snorkeling Irail snorkeling school, where begin- jardo (1 hour from San Juant. Piar. Willemstad. C
dim e n s i o n a I sightseeing has has been laid out recently in the ners from 7 to 70 are taught how He provides all gear, and after- for entry blanks.
brought a spurt of facilities for waters of the V.I. National Park to enjoy the wonders of the un- wards it is fun to go waterskiing
skin-diving, snorkeling and spear at Trunk Bay in St. John. Here derwaler world. iFee about $6, ($10 an hour.) "Water Activities, Trinidad and Tob;
fishing throughout the area, ac- swimmers are guided by a sdr- aqualung extra.) Yacht Haven, Inc.", a new service in the San a paradise for skin
cording to the Caribbean Tour- ies of surface buoys and under as well as most hotels, furnish Juan Intercontinental Hotel, also spear fishing. Mem
ist Association. water labels marking rpulti-col- full equipment. has underwater sports equipment Spear Fis h. ng A
ored sponges, sea fans and cor- Another rcw diving school has and motorboat tours. Newbold Street, ISt.
Professional divers have long al formations. The neighboring sprung up in Barbados, conduct- Highlighting the sport in the dad, go fishirig f
considered the Caribbean their U.S. Virgin Islands of St. Croix ed by Leslie Wotton, who also charming Dutch islands will be grouper, etc. around
. bailiwick, but now, numerous and St Thomas have long been guides mor, advanced students the Netherlands Antilles Intern- off Trinidad. A'nunmb
" others, amateurs for the most favorite headquarters for snork- beyond the pink, purple-blue co- atio al Spear Fishing and Troll- arrange for boats.
a part, are finding that some of eling fans, and a silent tribute ral swirling with rainbow-hued ing Tournament, held this year aqualungs, with ave
STV's Mike Nelson's antics in to the clarity of the water and fish to interesting exploration of -[olai November 3-6 ini Curacao. snorkels, $1.95, gc
., "Sea Hunt" are not beyond their the growing number of potential ship-wrecked galleons in the ar- Official teams from 18 countr- fins $3.75 and spear I
Scope. The actual fact is that customers is the underwater ea. ies, including the U.S., Caribb- Wm. FogaTty,-Ltd-."
r most snorkeling and spear fish- sign encountered by startled div- Many visitors to Puerto Rico ean, Central and. South America Grant & Co., Ltd'
iJ'ing is done in waters less than ers. urging them to try Russ andc are thrilled by their first try at will 'compete for the trophy. Un- (Continued


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IA I MAIIFE-JEANNE


ne sunonu .up the authority and
t mass o4fiveetaltion wandering wanit-
"affic islands on Avenue Marie-Jeomne.
.was. not made, we muAt adinit, as .a
',beantifying the Exposition ':ut as a
~ ls to culminate the string of car cci
r e.h-.h day on that 'Avenue simply.be-
akng direction changes cannot see if
!i,!itihe other way there 'isually.is
ti resi J is .a ending crash of protest-,
4.. i aO meetf [imbra cing-ly.
Growth does not make drivers
A' iun them to follow the' aidage.,"Lo'ok,
eap" and their oarefa~es&ness is, a ast 'con-
itor to. the'.high ratio ,of beit 'and ,buckled
4tei apers iua traffic e.a ls. Neverthless,
ude driba'ble '"g'ardcnt' thriving. 'iiv
is th mrin: falillt.
.::fieS R cticed the acci en t
e weed, grass,. and .u 'n
<.ears eliudhe to tkelpund dfOt
xcuseus'seems .'"to gtllbl "rica


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work in prepare
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Ku rt Fisher is moving, into
Tourist Avenue. and expanding
Ships holdings with the reconstru-
ction -of the quarters recently
vacatpd' by Nobbe .:ind. Bondel
adjacefit Lda Belle C.eole. In
turn Nobbe and':Bondel havd
., oved into spacious modern',
,'qQarters over' their' impressive
.restaurant.oi. the Rand Point.
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Also busy with brick and mort-
orf.i tie firm' of Versailles which
is -enlargtg and :.,'lowering the
pavementbr: the; corner of Rue
Bonne' Foi ndRud Courbe.
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9 It 4 t. 'L.AI" man actured by STUDEB I AKR.R ,PAUKAID 'Corporatloh ;.
SNether rge nor smial or rather, Ikrge and small at once .
": .Offerin giall the advantages of large cars, 6 to 7 passengers, ,
.. -rb Comnfort, Power and all the advantages of the ma car .
S' futel cs gumption (30to 32 miles on a gaP.Lm '.'
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THE NATIONAL AUTOMOBILE AGENCY, S. A. a

ARAUGE RUE DES CESARS PORT-AU-PRINCE. HAI
S A4k also for a demonstration of the Pick-Up and Tucks
STheir saving of fuel. solidity, power and capacity are ,
already universally own.
A Lread universally Imown. '






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S- In6rn6: Medicinle and
.; .Tropil. and Prmeentive
I. Medcl.e, olumbia
&, . eiiCjeal'Center '
wishes .to' 'inform' the' pu
that 'hi ours of cnsultai
at No.. 6 Avenu 'Christo
are' ftmi to 6pn and-ni
In.s by ap oinanent only.
r ai.poltnnply


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SGood Winter Season

t au Prince tou- Congress before the closing of construction of necessary facad--'i.
in thd throws of .the 3th Legislature was a credit es towards the beautification ol.t';
ihd consrtuctipn of-M00,000 gourdes voted to perl Avenue Jean JaiqqeS Dessalir n-.i
itibn for thehop- mit the Government to' py the es Grand Rue -.,the Northi'A
inter season, expenses of expropriation arid re- and Sduth zones ofthe Capitali.
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Unplugging Of Miragoane


Fir-t%'--cm'e mre slist te r I ng
blolt a'ndi UTln 'i a.dual selll-
',.I of th,: f'".thIir- "-r but
n;.ntn all wa' si 11 ain on Lakr,
Mil, oanre ,r a I" l' id Ill the
.:,Tarn',il,? cha r E itr,;gc-rted byv


Colonel Ale\andre Laraque tadr
not made an.y appleciabJe dhife-
rfnce to the Floode'l lake which
has been 20 letO a'ote its nor-
mal depth for the ilst month
Colonel Laraque. Commander


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hol.- sli'ght', b,.1i i C I he lake
llo.,r aurd had cleieald iem 61i
...lr.ictirn logs and >ePedb.
Piisible explanation for I h e
iF~hlre h' the dnanuuict 1, clea.
Ll. hol'- is thatti ho-e three out
Ic' iable .ar- not li e onl.' \


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Major L. H. Jorles lefti of th- I nledild sltle., Mlime CoifTe tall
al the sile of the Ilooded lliragoar., L.sk- to eld-ri.l pe'-jji I Be I
Iegarde Faublas %ho umanaliis that [hierere are ore thi- In ltee
oullnt holr. at the [i'ior of the lake he sliould klnoi, h: .. ll
ulln tole ,operaJl .ear'. ago.


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lht plunger is pressed and the carefully sel charges explode.
Irigeerig the Lake Miragoane exploslok 'Ffiday week ago was
C".lcn-l tlesandre Laraque, Commander -f the' Engineer Corps
it the ilairian Army. Squatting behind the Colonel are member
or the IU... Nany lean., the U..Il.C. iand the Haitlan Army.


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WE ARE PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THAT. DURING

THE REMODELING PERIOD OF THE
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S .i a..I. ILth ontly indicaulion ulo the undernaler delonation
' niit l1. .a It.a i uolr 11ns Friday in an allempt to clear
F. iiiigi ..1llht "hdles of the flooded Iiragoiane Lake. Des-
SI'st.,l m.in moig forre of the explosion the lake lesel
si ii.ltrltlrd swhjlch JIiiclea tLal more than. the three
. uI ..iii I. sli t on the lakefloor.


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hM e [fari Hfaitian Arrfty and iorklers.stand on the flooded
II" ISdge that Inorinall has a tap of 9 0 feet hetweep It
LA". i" it .rge 'r erunks u nder d .sGn, ,Lrcc, th'.e
-p ire n.s-a and .hiss tear-our d Slow jour .


SUNDAY AUGUST 21, 1060


[her localaon as hN. mairriin
he fell lnto one of the r sel- se..
-r rl wears ago.
,The: N a ', honmen nirendje
diving at ihe nie* ,i poineld IaI.
' llt frbm Tuesday o.n ,rdJ rh1..
week. i urk a~a. hed i u prior
Sto 'llu; bi a breakdo..n amciuirre
by the air L.,mprenacor usd'-i b
ntc d\ines while 'Aorkin; bonr


*ltb the water.
Unmil thc "lil 'i the nie :
norrually. onl. four led In d.'rth.
s lowered the mn arrl-?ral
highway is pracLuall .uli of dc
lion. the only t,%.us a I a I
mean elstling ifr cro; Lirs the -
lrke being ethr hlby rrN or
danuq:Tous lookedd bndize cro.'
In; ahinm is only' [.).ibic For -
arge irucks under lo ,,

6.USM.ENS WLn1rt) i
By the edclauble agent for Haiti
of the longest established make -
oE automobile theod .
\e are looking lor quahlifid -
ale-mnien Io sell a mark lt ault t-
mobile with a aorld wilde repute. -
ation
Applrinis' sound understand.
ing of the Englhsh language is
imperatbie. .
ll applicationn should be ad
dr,'E;ed in writing to PO Bow
157 with the fololWmng dctail'
age, education profeslional
education and reference logether
naib complete list of former Cenl
ployment. All applications till,
be treated as strictly cnnild-n
tial. Onl. written uppllirlion aill
be considered.

STEPHEN BROS
M.V. HAITI TRADER
1I. V. HAITI MERCHANT


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Iurlhnlghtl sailings of Ibe
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/ TELE-HAITI

:Monday AUGUST 22, 1960
S6:00 pm-Test pattern Music
'tRecords)
7:00 pm-Evening General Pt.
am Schedule
'7:03 pm-Weather Report
7:06 pm-Children's pro gram --
Cartoons
g 7:25 pm-The extraordinary adv-
entures of Don Winslow
S and the Coast Guards
S-7:45 pm-Telenews 1st edition-i
Review of the day's ev-
ents.
'.8:00pm-La Belle Creole Show.
"Franlde Laine"
:Z 8:30 'pm-The United Shoe Associ-
action, S.A., the most nio-
dern shoe factory n the
!. 'Caribbean, will inaugur-



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PROGRAM

ate its program: "High-
way Patrol", Staking:
Broderick Orawford.
9:00 pm-Tclenews (2 nd edition)
Summary of the late
news
9:0i pM--Celebrities' in Literature
and Art
9:30 pin-The 'Voice of Firestone
presents TV Concert Hall
10:00 pm--Cose of Program Na-
tional Anthem
Tuesday AUGUST 23, 1960
6:00 pni-Test pattern -, Music
(Records)
7:00 pm-Evening General Progr-
am Schedule, .-
7:03 pm-Weather Report i.
7:05 pm-Album Tele-Hi-lti Pa-
noramic scenes of every-
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SUNDAY AUGUST 21,; 1
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IN HAITI THIS WEEK
..Furrier Arthur H. Brecker from New York,and his wile Rcwena :
are staying four days at El Rancho.
..Statistician Mina Gary Hohenbcrg and writer Anne E. Gregory
(rhe write for a commercial magazine). from New York spent ..


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S6:00 pn-r' esT ,p'.lerh -' lnsic /
(R" oRerd's
7:00 pm-Ev'Pni'niz Gten'iel. Pioar-
am.-Schedule
7:03 tim-Weather Repnor "
I 7:06 ,.-Album oi ele-Iaiii Pa-,
. '" $i":ino idmice scenes of every-
* r",. where
7S8 pm-Cartoons and Kid Com-'
edles .- .Children's: Pro- '
.' gram ?. '
7:45 pm--Telenews (1st edition) -
'R eview of. the day -. 'ev.':''
,' ents. '
8:00 pm--"Po'r. vous Mesdames"
S .Cooki'pg.;Slow)
8:80 pin-The F lor i an Zabach
Show. brought to you
by.- "La Maisbn Lello
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' 4; "'.,,anm So idule.
: Pin-Weather IIReport ,
.'Q6 pri-Albut/n Tele-Hplti apaO
noramic scenes and tar-
,.: ety '. '
7:26 pm-Cartoons and 10d Conm-,
Sedles '- Chilren's r ,q
g -rhz 4,4 5,4'
...-'.."' '"rk*m "",*^g
S145 pm-Telenews (1st edirfoh);.
','' Review ao the day's ei-'
ants' "'
8:00 pm-"A vous New York" with,;:"
.Pierre Crenesse i
8:15 pm-Industry on Parade-'
Review of the latest aclit
Sievements in the Ameri-
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four days at the Villa Creole, this week.
Jack Feldman, a Merchandise Manager for Lane .Bryant (un-
inentionable clothed for ladies) of Philadelphia is enjoying a first-
visit in Haiti. Current guests at the 'Oloffson was met here with -
'lob Hqdrick, finance Manager for RCA in Hartford Connectic-it.-
.Stpnning blonde Jane Stuart and Barbara Johnsoa. two legal. .,. :,,,
Executaries for an important Law firm in Chicago arrived here "
Friday for d 3 day visit at. he .Montana Hotel. Jane is a traveler,' '
she has visited all EurqWj :e :pd,. sj aks' 'ian fluetlly, Barbaia''"-'
speaks beautiful Fren0.''.: "e,- are-both, keen' exponents of the
meringue. .
S.Jdhn Finney a Reportei .r the New York .Timep in .New Yourk :,'."
and his wile Barbara are.l t the Ootffson Hotel. John.isod .''
to be with the UP and hasb "i ,tj.. ti.N.Y.-Timcs for 3 years. 'r''
where .j' t .Seduisante Evelyn, Billig, ma:':n''
pm-Cartoons and Kid C -o : ing:n'.-RQOssian Gov;ernment'" t 4.
*edes Children's -:- .C6orl l University is now Work-
gram ing hiring her vacations in Pqer- g
pm-Telenews (1st editi .- to; Rlicd, at the COmerio Shoe
Review of the day's ev. Corp;' iie of the many shoe fac- ''
nts., stories ot, her., father. Mrr.' Billig ,
pm-"La Source du Sourire"' ~ also has'the. EVy FOOTWEdr ';
24 hours at Alm-Be'sse :. Co in Pennsylvani and New-.
with Jullen Bertheau andii Yrk: Evelyn who stayed at ,.
Jeanlne Alari. I Raiicho cancelled ihef-" tf ~ip
pm-r-Foreign Intrigue: "Scien- many times. She left Haiti :wth
ce Conference". starridg'-.,'k teary eyes *"
James Daly-- brought ti '- Irmgard Sauer and Inge i5jss-
you ,by Hait Trading ,Co.' ner who do. accounting works in.,:.
pm-Telenews -. 2ndi edition New tork spent,two weeks at the'
Summary of the *late .. Villa Quisqueya. Th charming
news .. and 4uiet girls'qaild that. tei"'f~
pm--Teleciema i.. "flistoi r every miiau .it
de Miss-Blackwell" (2nd *' '..
part) / .
pm--dose of Progrrd .- Na., L ',' : LOU Bil.'"TOi ;
.tional Anth i GU.l'EiW M'EETING .i AI
iesday AUGUST 4, '60 .A Grand Ball h.as'beeri ;ra'gd
m st tem MU for toniglit by .the .hauffi i 4
(Recordse Guide Apsociation at t e. Bcri -
pm-Evening General Progr- lou. Forecast as "'.austn-
a Schedule. missed" event the .baUl: isa
am.,chedula to ..
pm--Weather Report ruled* to commence, at 9:30 i'
m--Album Tele-Haiti. Pa- and run through to 1:30 a
... norfmic scenei.I .every- complete with how.
r kd' All funds, raised by tonight', ,':
-Cartoons ,and Kid Co ball will g6 towards the comple-':
rni-Cartoons nd kid Com-
edles"- Children's Pro- tion o the Guides' new meeting "
i tr- hall and school. Free transport-,
n .fst .diti) tatina .is offered oy the Associa-
m- tee l the dgr's ev- 'to all totuists to. and from
',,#e~d ot the: dqy's ev-' t ls; igt ''
SIM. i ls. E itrd fee is seat,
doll.ItsP 9 the big ball'
-n-Flying' Cadets Exide .
Batter Show g .and .aJ' worthy cause
i-Mai' o th .Weel 9:1~0 pnm-Tienews 2nd ,i"iion
rm-Tleneir -', 1d pillloi ry '.l Ie late '
Summary of. th- lIte-.: .. "
"* news 05 '''ee'nema1. .'T 'e:er;ea
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Underwater Beauties Of Caribbean

Continued from page 8) from St Vincent to Grenada, ar
Square, Port of Spain, ca r y beautitul-with miles of reefs an
these items. an abundance of fish. Another
sport here, as in St. Lucia,
.In.Tobago, breath-taking coral lobstering, where two or there
scenery awaits the visitor to fa- may-be found in one hole. Th
:-mous Buccoo Reef. Cormmider trick is to keep all but one, re
Jack Crook and others ient equ- leasing him to lead you to thi
..ipent, launches and fishing next hole, where again you find
crnlisers. A local guid,; GeCleilAn- itta7q.mqoe.:- on and on to
Tonyy, supplies eqWpnienti.. gqg-. .deiious lobster cookout on
.les, etc. One mai .-Uuy aqua- 'palm fringed l ieacn.
limngs at Sports &'i;GG s. Ltd. A not-to-be, missed multi-color
iii Scarborough (B.aj:ahi 27 Hen- ed spectacular' is the panorama
jy St.. Port of Sokif: The Ar- of rcal gardeis at Sand Cay i
iibs Vale Hotel. has il-scin 'div- iHati,i 6dbti edby Lucius Beeb:
lig equipment wi'iabat and, and -ta Ts. Igre, from a glass
launch available fo ieSts.to orL0 by leaning over
.'eyer, grouper and reef'fihi have a native-towed innertube, usini
.beeh speared right off the beach mask and snorkel, you can watci
:"at Arnos Vale and the Crown and hand-feed darting fish o
:Point Hoteliarea.,'' such distinctiveL coloring they
,'-The Grenadines, street c hin g have never been properly
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from the Internatidnal C&sino sea by Alcoa, French Line. Fur- Waterman Slearnship Corp. and
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and animal life, also abound in
Jamaica, both at Montego Bay
and Ocho Rios. At the latter, ex-


ploring the caves and fabulous
underground lake at Runaway
Caves, is extremely popular.
A breathless activity through-
out the Caribbean is the suspen-
se-filled sport of fishing from a
glass-bottom boat, watching and
betting on whether or not your
"prey" decides to nibble? *
As facilities for these popular
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the easily accessible Caribbear.4O .-"
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Father And Dr. Riou


(Continued from page 7)
DO.) the Catholique Relief -
both Haitian and American or-
ganizations and the Haitian
Government and people, enabled
Father Riou to build his now
constantly crowded hospital. Fa-
ther Desjardins estimated this
week that at least, on an aver-
age, twenty patients are cared
for daily at the Notre Dame der
Palmistes Hospital.


Three weeks ago Joseph "Big
Joe" Posenfleld of the "Happi-
ness Exchange" radio program
and gift and money donation
lund visited Haiti with a large
shipment of medical supplies and
clothing for Turtle Island from
the people of the United States.
This generous offer is to be re-
peated and early next month. Mr
Cl'rence H. Smith, a carpenter
L.on N.Y., will arrive in Haiti


for Ile de la Tortue where he
will work under the guidance of
Father Riou. This worthy aid has
been made possible by the "Hap
piness Exchange" which is pay-
ing Mr Smith's return fare for
the trip. The carpenter will spend
three months "or longer" at Tur-
tie Island, during which time he
will receive no pay but will live
and eat with the Father Riou.
FATHER DESJARDINS
Although" lie declines to pass
much comment on the subject,
Father DcsJrdins is the help-
irig hand of Father Riou and the
people of TJrtle Island in Port
au Prince.
A resident of Haiti for the past
12 years, Father Desjardins
handles mail, meetings and don-
ations. for Father Riou in the
Capital city as the distance from
Port au Prince to lie de la Tor-
tue makes it impossible for the
Frc:hc priest to travel constant-
ly back and forth.


'Chaplain 'of the St. Louis de
' Gonzague Boys' School for the
Past 9 years, with the exception
of an 9 months vacation in Ca-
nada 'last year. Father Desjar-
S dins was born and educated near
Montreal, Canada. /


In May of 1948 he came to
HaLi-. and- was at first. assigned
to Port de Paix,. :tfoi a period
of 'three years,' aild then for a
few: months to Mole St. Nicolas
before coming 'to the Capital.'
Speaking fluent, English and Cre-
ole, besides his native. French,
Fanier ,Desjardins," a lover of
good classical music.. handles Ile
de la Tortue' "office work" and
maintains the flow of goods and
gifts to the needy people on the
..isolated island.'
Meanwhile the its' anid dona-
tions keep coming in and last
week three cheques were reciv-
ed from the' U.S. which will be
ultimately :used to. help build a
new hospital wing to Notre Da-
me des Palmistes, the hospital
serving the needy.of Turtle Isl-
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U.lStmlDAY AUGUST 21, 1960


"HAITI


'Haiti's Tin Can Industry


S(Continued from page 6)
m.the sheets of zinc and tin can
be. heard.
: Te tools necessary to make
the Suitcases and other items,
whch are stock and trade of the
bustling little stalls, are simple
nd few--apein hammer for the
heavier beating' work, a block
nda stick of wood for the light-
er shaping and smoothing work,
uA, lead, and a small charcoal
iBed brazier providing the heat
o keep the poker-like soldering
ons heated for their task of
amning and welding.
Ivost of the stalls themselves
ake up residence on the pave-
aent and consist of large wood-
Sdisplay counter work -
ench tool chest, stand.
rom the top and sides of these
nerally ticket stands protru-
long pieces of wooden pole
d timber which serve
support buckets and
ns etc, as well as provide a
rm of sunshade for the "smi-
". working underneath.
The size of these establish-
ents ranges from a one-man
isiness up to a five or six man
ration. It is hard to tell just
m many do work at the little


shops as it is customary to find
passing "helpers" .straightening
up a toppled over pile of finished
buckets and the location of the
shops on the pavement means
that the general. public meand-
ers in and amongst the pots and
pans in the course of their pro-
gress.
The manufacture of a suitcase
is a work of art. First comes the
w'uoden.trame made from, for
a smaller suitcase, empty "Car-
nation Milk" cases, costing 8
to 10 cents in the grocery stores,
or larger wooden cases which
are purchased by the "mallier"
for approximately 2 gdes ($0.40.)
Usually a Mallier can make
between 6 and 10 suitcases, de-
pending on the size, in a day -
the larger cases sell for 12.50
gourdes ($2.50) on the market
while the smaller dnes fetch bet-
ween b and 6 gourdes ($1.00 to
$1.20).
During the current "Morte Sai-
son" the demand for suitcases
has slowed down although a ma-
nufacturer can still sell up to
half-a-dozen per day when busi-
ness is good. But it is during the
crop season that the demand for
the multi-colored suitcases be-


op the laMbl '
op the label


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THROUGHOUT THE WORLD "


comes heaviest. It is di
period that the people
the country areas conm
and hundreds of them e
the attractive cases for
sonal use or to sell in
areas; this is when th
really does his business
is most unusual for hit
7 or 8 dozen suitcase
the crop season in a si
The lure of the su
strong and prospective
can take their choice fi
colorful brand names
Shell, Schlitz and Pearl
a host of others. Not c
the buyer get a colo
sturdy suitcase but he
at the same time extens
ing matter such as, "Pea
Beer, contents 12 fluid o
ed in Texas since 18S6
Brewing Co.,. San Antor
as with San Antonio's \
Famous Artesian Water
Or one can a case bi
number of "Esso Custo
Oil" etc. One of the five
ers of the misprinted ti
that this week that lhe
quite a shock on receipt
livery of sheet tin origin
tended for red white a
tins of deturgents for toi
printed on the tin was a
of "the throne" itself an
ishingly enough this lin
proved to be a strong sel
importer stated that he h
ed many "throne" bean
oases being carried
around the Capital.
The "malette" (suitca
be considered the most
belonging to the majority
Lians who keep their
possessions locked up in
lorful trunk placed in a
of their thatched, earthe
ed "caille paille" homes
moving for a poor Haiti.
ily entails simply carry
of two of these colorful s
on their heads to their
ode.
BOMBERS FOR PO
The Haitian is perhaps
the most inventive and


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ous when it comes to the con. The. main.importer of the war
S version of a throwaway item into planes.was arrested on several
a functional household tool. In occasions when tips came hi 3
Croix des Bossales, main Porl from abroad that he was purch-
uring this au Prince out-door market after asing the aircraft for what wis
from all the war, for example, hundreds termed revolutionary reasons." .
e to town of bombers and other surplus The booming pot business served
eitherr buy war planes were boilded down to push these allegations well '
their per- and molded into cooking and into the background. : "
outlying households ustensils. Thus Haiti's "Malliets" or tinn-
c Mallier Stirling bombers, (manufactur- smiths serve a vital part in the '
ss for it ed in England for service as a economy of the county, Each .
m to sell medium range aircraft,) purc'i- day with the "tap' tap, 'thp" of''
.- during asked in Nassau set up a scare their busy hammers they turi-n
nglr- day. during one period of Caribbean out the all-important suitcases, .
itcase is political unrest and they were larmpe "'tete gridape" arfd'one"--
e buyers traced to -lati and the old mar- further important article in"the"
rom such ket where, torn. down into sect- ; aitian economy the' nieasur'. .
as Esso, ions, they were being melted in in'g' "arniite" a simple emp--''.
Beer and improvised boilers, of an old oil ty five pound Lard' can us6dlto''
inly does drum and some fifty firebricks. measure the staples of;the Hail '.
rful and B3 utilizing local clay the smiths tian diet. '".
Sobtaibs doing the smelting was able t9 In thi, 156-year-old Re4lib '"
ive read- manufacture aluminum pots from most of ]Is four million citizens
arl Lager "wat had once been a lethal 'ise'tin cans'to eat, drink, wash'
z., Brew- bomber, light their homes and. cook - ':-
by Pearl
nio, Tx-
orld -
A

hearing a
m Made
import- '/ .'
n stated
received
of a de- H E
nally in-
ind blue, ,tl.^.j -
lets. Im- E;,,. .-'.A
i picture ONDERFU U .
d aston. NIGHT AT EL 4R6hA:"O
e of tin THE PLACE TO MEE '.-' f'
ler. The A
as sight- OF YOUR ES'
ing suit-
proudly -- Monday Festive.. Birbgoue A ugj. '
s Revue Intime ,;
soe) can~ TUESDAY -A Special Floor.-:
essential
of Ha- Show ,
worldly 'W, WEDNESDAY Feature Eutert-i "'
this co- ainunent
Scorner THURSDAY "Night Ofe Loves"
in floor-
. Home lines" Fashion Show
an fam- FRRIDAY "Eva & Ernst's" Spe-.. :
ing o:!e cial Dance Party With "La~I
iu.iteu.e- Petite Jo" '
new ab SATURDAY -."'La Ronde" Night :
Club With Gala Flodr Siow
)TS
Sone of SUNDAY Orchestre Conibited"
industri- And Game Night
f',.


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Iluiti's "Gingerbread Palace" and famed hostelery the Grand Hotel Ololfson, show place. tI
Ilaitian architecture, exquisite cuisine and contend fed living. Set amongst a myriad of tropical trees
and gardens the Oloffson, complete with tminiut ure pool, is the haven for the uninhibited and lthe
mecca for the Caribbean tourist.


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PAGE 16 '" HAITI SUN




American Pleas Fi


Monday AUGUST Ist 1960
Honorable Thomas C. Mann,
Assistant Secretary of State
(U.S. Latin American Affairs)..
Department of State,
Washington D.C.
Dear Friend:
..Having met you several times
and heard a great deal about
you especially Sour knowledge of
Latin America made it a wise
move on the part of my friend
President EISENHOWER to ap-
point you Assistant Secretary of
State in charge of the LATIN
AMERICAN Affairs. This is a
most Important assignment to
everyone Including the other
Continents.

We MUST help HAITI and oth-
er Latin American countries
NOW... not tomorrow. We must
give friendly and Anti-Commun-


great Resettlement Land Progr-
am. I have written my friend
President EISENHOWER about
their needs and just two months
ago alarmed him on the urgency
of this overall aid especially to
HAITI that is sandwiched in bet-
.veen CUBA and Dominican Re-
public. The President followed
my many requests with an an-
:louncemcnt of large Loans for
HAITI and other Latin American
countriess .
HAITI is our friend and Neigh-
bor and their leader and God
Inspired President is Dr. FRAN-
COIS DUV'.ALIER. He is Honest,
Sincere, able and above all an
inspiration to the People of Haiti.
Just this week I acted as Host
to the first White Mayor of Port
au Prince Haiti, Mayor JEAN
DEEB (Lebanese) and Miami
received him with open arms.


S1st Republics like Haiti a large I hate laid out a fair and in-
enough Loan to enable to build deed workablo Program for Hai-
Hospitals Schools Roads ti as a Friend of Ihat Republic
Public Improvements 15,000 and. you must realize that these
.to 25,000 Low Cost Houses and a wonderful People nqed help...so






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lhey can help themselves. Our
laxity on helping many ol the
Countries of Latin America has
caused us to lose face and also
caused many of those Nations to
become Communisticly Inclined
or COMMUNIST all the way.
Senate leaders like my friends
Homer Capehart (Indiana), Geor-
ge Smathers (Florida), Dick
Russell (Georgia) and many oth-
ers have appealed for real aid
to HAITI and other Latin Ame-
rican countries. HAITI in my es-
timation should be number one
on that list as they are in i
ween two very bad Anti-Ameri.
can Republics. CUBA and DO-
MINICAN Republic.
HAITI needs at least a 200
Million Dollar loan to make them
a prosperous and self support-
ing Natio n. About 20.000 low
cost Houses ($3,500 per house),
10 Hospitals ($10,000,000) Land
Reselliement Program $25,000 to
$35,000,000... Roa d s, Sewerage
Program and other Public Im-
provements $35,000,000 with $'15.-
000,000 for the Bank of HAITI to
stabilize them in many ways.
he ot h e r $35,000,000 for Air-
-urls, Docks, Schools etc.
in D:. FRANCOIS DUVALIDR


hie popular President of HAIl
you have truly an Honest ma
who is really the Spiritual lead
er of this great French Speal
ing-Roman Catholic Repu b i
who hate ISMS including COM
MUNISTS. Haiti can become th

LAGUERRE...
(Continued from page 1)
pound muscle packed weight -li
icr look strong. At the 1939 Pa
American Games the body build
%-r turned weight lifter took se
ond placing behind one of Amf
rica's best in the class Cly4
Emrich.
To put himself into peak pe
formance Ph i o m e Laguerre
born in Cap Haitien and now a
Port au Prince resident, has
been training for the past two
and a half months with the U.S.
Olympic team coached by t'e
master himself of weights. Bob
Hotfman. The offer to train with
the U.S. team at its training
campmin Yocrk wasii'mde to 4ai-
ti's champion several months
ago. but finance for the trip loo;-
ed unobtainable until' a Port au
Prince official donated 600 dol-
lays ,to.Laguerre which enabled
him 'to'I make their Stateside trip
Finance or rather lack of 'it
loormnedas .a thwart to' Laguer-
re's lenry into the Olympic G;a
mes amnd up until the time o
the Presldent's generous dona
tion'. it'looked as if Haiti wa
going to remain unrepresented
at the International competition
:' Pierre Plaisimond, who is to
act".'.' .trainer for Philome La
.guerre, left Port au Prince yes
edl'ai' forNew York where he
will join the Olympic contestant
The couple will then travel t(
Rome and 'the. games.
Shortly before Plaisimond de
parted 300 dollars came through
from the Friends of Haiti Orga
nization in New York. This wil
further serve to augment funds
for the young weightlifter.


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i. Colombian passports. The two
d- men fled to Miuani soon after
k- Jose Amoina Mateos at the PANAMA LINE PANAMA,
c time of his death Dominican Sc-
I- cretary in Mexico was run CANAL COMPANY
ie down by an automobile and shot
three times on a Mexico City The SS "Cristobal" of the Pa-i
street.* nama Line will arrive from Nqiv
Allegations that the Haitian York at 7:00 a.m. August 23ti '
Embassy in Mexico had permit- 96%
ed the murderers to escape jus- On board are a total of pass-.
tice, (by issuing them with visas gers of which the following i.
for Haiti,) followed .Amoina's ill disembark-,at ..Prt..au Prin-:
.death but the Haitian Ambasad- c:
Sor, Dr. Adrien Raymond, pointed r & Mrs Joe Anson and twoI
out that he had issued the per- Cildren 8, 7 Yrs., Mr & Mrs,
mits "in accordance with the R bert Bonhomme, Mrs Maria!
Haitian law and upon receipt of ba, Mstr. Abraham Saba 'r(l
the sum of $9.30." Ys. Mstr Michel Saieh (8Yrsl,
Facing Federal -Judge Choate ss Line William, Miss Jacque-
hursday last the two Cubans line YouxCs.

BEST FOOD IN.. THE" CARIBBEAN!!!

HOTEL CO UCOUNE

CABANE CHOUCOlUNE
as described in the TORONTO GLOBE MAIL by
i,\rs. ALAINE J. HEINTZMAN who was a guest at :
HOTEL CHOUCOUNE during the month of
February 1960: .
"OUR HOTEL, the Choucoune, was about five miles above
he city of Petionvile. This is the residential section where
houses are modern and the hotels are lavish and comfortable
md the food can be highly recommended. The usual meal mighl:
tirl off with a rum punch mixed with wild honey and lime.
S 'i( e. The next possibility could be flaming lobster, fried pork
h rice and black mushrooms, and then perhaps a sneet polato
adding. This would all be topped off with a strong black cuF
I Haltian coffee.
" Aside from hotel night life, Petionvle possesses a night clull
S nique in the West Indies, the CABANE CHOUCOUNE, a build
. g of bamboo shaped like an inverted ice-cream cone. Thi ,
S ;sxlerior looks like the chief's hut in an African village, but the
::erior contains a large, smooth dance floor where a goor
h :-ehestra plays the usual meringue."
COMPLETE DINNER A LA CARTE: $4.
l A SPECIAL ENTERTAINMENT:
s THURSDAY & SATURDAY EVENING .
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SUNDAY AUGUST 21, 1960,




or Haiti Aid

PARIS of the Caribbean and the know \on will receive then I'
HAWAII of the East with our port of great Democratic
help. The TOURIST trade alone ers like Smathers and L
rca be 10 times greater and the Johnscii in your efforts to'
Coffee-Rum-Banana and Fruit HAITI and other Latin Amnerla
industry could bring in Millions nations, I am
more a year with our help. Your friend, '1:..
I ag;!ai compliment our great "JOE" Abram ''
P:.esident. my friend Dwight E;. P.O. Box 1134 Jacksonvill!.
senhower, for naming you Assis- Fla.
tant See -tarv of State in charge releasedd by Service of Infr..
of Latin American Affairs. I atic, and Documentationil:" .

GUNMEN SENT BACK TO MEXICOQ"'

Two Cubans refugees have said tney lced from Cuba to tiib.
been ordered by the U.S. Feder- Domin'can Republic shortly :
al Court to be sent to Mexico t> er the fall of former Dictat:
face for the slaying of Jose A- Batista. They said that tUe
nioLn Matcos a Dominican Re- they joined the secret police
?ub!ic official, according to Mia- Dominican Dictator Trujillo.
mi Herald Staff Writer Arlhur Acc-'rding to Herald writ".!
Johnsey on August 13tlh. Johns v- the Cubans said .1"1e
Acting under a treaty betwee'i were -;ent to Mexico to kil[o
Mexico and the United State:, Dorinican Secretar. becanieie-'
Federal Court Judge Emett Cho- had written a book critical of
ate last Thursday ordered the Trujillo.
:extadilion of 'rancesco Quin- Bnl!l Cubans denied that tey
tana Valdes and Artemo Molina had completed their as:ig :
Fernandez. of assassination.
At the time of-the murder of They also claimed in theC' ;
Mnteos, author of the book "I that the slaying was a poutical'.
vas Private Secretary of Gen. crime and exempt under 'the-"
Raphael Trujillo," the tv o assas treaty, between Mexico and tie..
sins were in Mexico on false U.S.. as a cause for extradition.
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.j(u(utinued front page 1)
'an assortment of tins and
..
onged rain continued to
1_ell into the niglt :and"the
a ath on Sunday .was not
Svry pleasing to see. s usual
ite ExposlIon turned into a lake
F. U elent proportions of mud
Sad water to stop several cars
Sl'iting to make a crossing.
Th6se were either pushed out by
ticck or more laboriously by
Salnd. Although the water subsi-
dd swiftly following the rain's
station, it was not until Mon-
Sthat the last of the mud
Cleared away sufficiently
1ulow'the passage of e..eeS-.
nns.

-iassive piles of rocks swept
n the hill sides by the tor-&
Sswiftly blocked the Carre-


ur


"HAITI SUN"


,Rain And Quakes Shake C


tour Road in a dozen places and
sent the-rain flooding into a num
ber of the "night clubs" dotting
Christmas Tree Lane. Wednesday
rikethSskl~elratourmseasI
still inamdated .In many pittces
by 'rmnli tlfs itri~d'ptesf' dfrTti-
es and it would be impossible
to count the additional pot holes
"a8q) 4 b'y. 6tIhlghhway since
Saturday.


Heaviest hit in the Exposition
areawferepthea4i ric Company
and Si ::~"S. $I iitbssy. Fortun-
atelelPqlee nbAs~ l flooded lawn
was a minor damage compared
to that sus.ained, .y eath
plant' io wLers entnringk
the! pump rdo m ":id 'generatort
section{ atut' sbtn, odf he if
power generators which cause
a prolonged power black out in
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several sections of Port au Priin-
ce.
In the Turgeau area the power
shut down at 7:30pm and stayed
u until 7:15am. the following
y. Sometime during Saturday
lght the Bois de Chene o\ver-
flowed to the consternation o[
nearby residents and .funeral
services at the City cemetary
were cut short as the rain swoll-
en waters entered and forced
the mourners out.

As was to be expectedd the
road leading to Frees was cut
for the umpteenth time imposing
long walks in the ra'i for many
residents living the War side of
ithe collapsed crossing which is
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WORKSHOP


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ilght club DJumballa.
Hundreds of faithful making:
their way to ihe fete of St. Clai
at Freres had to make their pi'-
griluae'sin foot. iOnce more ,a
aity unsatisfactory improvise 1
crossing has been constructed i
the stony ravine dissecting th.:
Preres' road and this is only
passable by cars and trucks witil
a lot of ground clearance.

Weekend traffic to the North
was delayed up to 12 hours and
longer by the collapse of thz
Montrouls bridge which left a
storm flooded and rock strewn
channel as the -only crossing
point. Tractors-were able to puli
some of the traffic over the gap
slowly and at intervals.


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'TWO SHARP 'QUAKES
Two minor but earth shaking
'quakes were registered on Sun-
day. The first occired approx-
imately at 2:30am Sunday mor-
ning and many Port au Princiens
were awakened front their sleep
by the jolt which fortunately last-'
ed onl. briefly arid did no dam-
age.
The second carth-quakc, at S:
30 pm that night, really shook
the rafters during its three sec-
ond excursion around the Capi-
tal and suburbs, causing many
citizens to think that a new vol-
cano was being born. This sec-
ond and more pronounced 'quake
caused a few small land slides
in tie hill areas but no severe
d.:.mage was reported.
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i A :
Night dances at the Camaraderie In Boel Verna. Friday
iS becoming as poptla.r as lumaiques at Kenscoff on Sun-
St. Marc notable Paul Ella former National Railway (Port
SMarc In eighty hours) director was taken into custody by
rom Port au Prince this week Le Matin reports... Jean
r director of Ia Lutte who has'been pending some best selling
s was aalso taken briefly into custody the morning daily
... L Davidson recently flew to Australia from Port aut
Sfor a weekend to see his daughter... the quadtriplets born
Last month are doing fine. but the parents are finding
i lble to afford the 18 dollars worth of canned milk month.
i',vel New York school mamr Marie dl Lorenzo who has been
at the Union School for ,tle past two years married Les-
t in a civil wedding ceremony held at the home of the
7's father in Gros Morne Wednesday noon... Fire in Ennery
ten destroyed three homes... Haiti-fan New York Timesman
t Is in town for ten days relaxation by the Pool of Mon-
.other New York Timesman due in Port is John Finney
of ".tashington Bureau.,'Newsman Finney's specialty is science...
.R .ead Carl Mevs speht two weeks -vacation in her homeland
wibl'Alre1d Splbldtts Mis'n 'ev is working as secretary (.'
Ahlte Essolhaiag in asau... Mrs Al Nobutas returned
six weeks in New York: Fiday... Engineer Danell ibbert
Shis wiff and son .acataring in Laboule Frdby. Engineer
templbyeed in New.,York is visiting home for the first
two years,.. Mtr and 'Mis Aitotoa Handal and Mr and Mrs
andal e ained citing Mrs Jar from OCInad Traj llo
at erchoir Thi y eve ing.:- Mtr Jaa is the Mother 6f 'Mrs'
n andal... . .-...
Brea fle to joEn U.S.. Ayfore Friday.. The Japlyr Keogk
t Fourr fcveri o ng r a broken arm at .the"Canape
VeHospital MAof Alguate, Head of Haiti's Permanent is-
qto the. ui4',t oip returned -here Saturay for consult-
i He was weeomed at BowenW.eld by Pr dnet of the Sen-
at ic tone Maihld 'and members of .his -,ily.., Mr' and Mrs
a Cri Djeai o t-a-hdchildren reurned ftpm abroad Sat-



IN- HAITI -,THIS WEEK

Contioane from page 2).

i. cher Rosann Frishman and Physical therapist Susan Gitlen
Swe guests lg theaEl .Rapcho this week. Rosanne held audiences
in ripturea whenit. he. was dancing the merengue.
S..MI James Reed' and his wife ate current guests at the, Grand
Hoelt Oeofflon. NJames, is an Adninistrative Officer for the Food
bDisibdtiou Division of th'e Departmentt of Agriculture. tHi office
li .aes'the surplus food program in' the North East parts o;
illre nitedStates.
S-J iKarem mBriggs and Marie Louise Nicholas will leave Haiti
oegl*ly Wednesday after 9 weeks here, enjoying every minute
Ef.l:ie siting Cap Haitien and the Citadelle. etc. Arne hlbjornsen
aaqtrty Kahn were their Mentors here.

-HTi t Wheatley, an Assistant to the Ehecutive Secretary to
the' Governor of New York, Nelson Rockefeller flew down here
,this,.eekend with his charming wife Artrellb who does research
in 'i Ediication Department of the State of New York. They
vai^wlth' a hand full of recommendations for the PRO of the
Co assariat National du Tourisme, le Nouvelliste's Editor Lu-
;'e,r6iontas, from Haitian artist Jean Leon Destine and Miss FH-
Sgn 'Artrelle whose maiden name is Miller was ,asked by her
'fathr.to look .LMr. Knowles Srnith up. They are staying at the
-i W "pa~ace. *"..., -"." * '
,--Lioel Klass. News Editor of a Brooklyn:Daily' and his~ wife.
Blo. m,, Women's Editor for the same Ne(vspaper are here to
'iri e on Haiti. After writing a very good article on the Riviera'


" IA ITI. .SUN" "


SPA(F, t1


Hotel they came here to get first hand material for a series oi ..Grap4ic Designer Burt Kramer
articles on Haiti. They, have beln taker, under the wings of Mr. and his wife I ene are staying
and Mrs. Jean Theard and have met with the Public Relations two weekly in Haiti. Burt is from
Officer of the CNT. They are staying 4 days at the Riviera Hotel. New York and Irene is fron
Switzerland. They are staying at
Eminent lawyer Ernest N.' Votaw. regional attorney for the the rand Hotel.
Region III (Including Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland and Dis- ..Dorothy Young-a teacher from'i
strict of Columbia) of the Federal Labor Department with head- Cleveland, Ohio is current gue3t
quarters at Chambersburg, Pa. is having a 7 day respite in Haiti at the Montana this Week; last
wih his wife Galja. a writer for,"Public Opinion" a daily publish- week the visitor was her young-
or sister Bernice.
ed in Chanmbersburg, Penna. They. wete joined here yesterday
.y son Gregory who works for th, Puerto Rican Governmrent. They Karl and Max Georges Bay-
.e lodging'at Grand Hotel. ard, sons of late Colonel Geor-
Union organizer Bill Nuchow from New York City and architect ges Bayard and his wife arrived
'tan Gendell have been painting' the town in red every night fo- here Sunday in company with.
", .Fritz Goldman. The Bayards are
a week. They came herq originally for two days. studying at the US Navy School
Mrs Elias A. Noustas was greeted here Friday by daughter in Washington, D.C.
rerry. Mrs. Elizabeth Noqstas just spent a few Week vacations I
with her husband in the V.S. and Europe Wednesday arrived here -twen-
-.Carol Mevs flew back Sunday to Nassau where she is wo-kring ty-three members of- the Ameri- -
ior ESSO.' Carol spent two weeks here with. Gladys (her sister), can Academy of Pediatrics from
end Archie Spillett ESSO boss here, Chicago, Illinois. They wereled .
Shv Mis, larirce Mansfield Rat-


SDr. Samuel V. Tompakov and his blonde wife Ethel spent a few
days at the Hotel Villa -Creole this week. Dr. Tompakov practices
internal medicine in Baltimore. They are very good friends of
Dr. Edgar Berman, promptor of the MEDICO in Haiti' and his
vife Phoebe.
This week arrived-here. after a visit of two months in heir honut
In West Palm Beach, Ted Stamard (who can afford to retire 'youngI
and his wife Eleanor'antd daughter Pamela. Also arrived with
them their little guest, lovely Lnda.Barreyre ,one of the most
promising students of the Lavinia Williams Scholl of Ballet.


cliff. They spent two days here
under the good cares of the Sou-
therland Tours lodged at the
CastelHaiti.
L a r ry Ch6rvenak,- formerly
Correspondent of the UP in the
Far East and South America
now on a visit here as the Man-'
ager of the National Cash Reg-
ister in Puerto Rico represented
in Haiti by Carl Decatrel. He'
stayed at the Riviera Hotel.


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"HAITI SUN"


SUNDAY AUGUt'


PUGILISTIC OFFICER

(Continued from page 1)



(Continued from page I any valid reason." The whole
nant, continued Deputy Moise, he thing was described as "coming
was invited to join the party to a peak" when Lt. Tony Pierre
wherebye he calmed down. beat up Mr. Wesner Ovide, the
ARRESTED FOR District Attorney, who had asked
"REBELLION" the Lieutenant to behave in a
Lt. Tony Pierre's entering the manner more according to his
Mathieu party was followed by job.
a series of deeds which, accord- At this point Deputy Moise
ing to the Leogane Deputy, could quoted from President Dr. Fran-
well have been called "abus de cois Duvalier's description of the
pouvoir." On the orders of Lt. Haitian Army:
Pierre a chauffeur from Carre- "..And for me new -- m I
four was arrested by Priv'alte have dreamed of a young Army
Benjamin Dauges for rebellion, at its service. I have dreamed of
Witnesses for the defense were a young army composed, in its
also taken into custody and Mr. superior parts, of a men penet-
Eole Paraison, the Director of 'atrJ by a philosophy of the
SID in Leqgane, lost his job be career they had chosen; highly
cause he protested against the underitanding the mission of a
"abus de pouvoir" of Private soldier, wonderfully pre p a r e d
Dauges. I tid educated in the holy I. ve


NO REASON
FOR MOLESTING
More arrests followed and De-
p'ty Moise cited the cases of
Prophete Smith, Gaspart Domini-
que. Francis Marcellus and An-
dre Jean who were taken inl
charge and molested without' .


of t' eir country and of discepl-
iti:, in the eminent cult or pop
ular sovereignty and in the res-
pect of -institutional and consti-
tutional order of the nation it Is'
not and will not be the support
of the arbitrary and the corr '.t-
ed... and order reigns because


MOVAD9 i-


ON SALE AT MAISON ORIENTAL
AND LITTLE EUROPE


of her and with her on the ter- CONGRESS ARMS.... WAR AND PEA
ritory of the Republic. (Continued from page ) ...
Deputy Moise commented at regeneration of the Halitan com- (Continued from i~
this point, "Thus I do not be- munity;
lieve gentlemen Secretaries of Considering that to attain this ressler tull-back who rig}
State that this Army, to which great work of national rehabill- but foolishly demanded p
the President of the Republic tatlon, it. is necessary to arm ion of the soccer ball.,
made homage, can keep within the Chief of the Executive Pow- This initial blow, desr
its ranks this element of dis- er with the necessary powers to "a knock-out iKth aa
cord." ace certain financial and eco- (blow'i from a "Fin",
Further "beating ups" were nomic problems tightly tied to started pure bedlam fo~i
registered at the fateful Mathieul national interests; ". seconds players and lpa
patty according to Leogane De- DECiREES: Article I-Are su. both leams took up b1
puty Moise who 'stated that Lt. spended all constitutional guar- tions and the war her
Pierre also beat up Mrs. Attilus, antees prescribed by Article 90, "coups de pied. coups.
a relative of Dr. Duvaller's, and and and 8th paragraph, 91, 139. coup de pierre, coup de-:
attempted to set up again "la 143 and 146 of the Constitution coup tie gilette, etc."
Corvee" forced labor. This, of the Republic.
stated the Deputy, reminded him Arlicle 3-Ful powers are gi- Several .of lhe perhaps!`
that the Constitution had abolish- yen to the Chief of the Exdcut- warriors took up safer' and'I
ed the "Corvee" which had been ive Power during a six months advantageous positions i
first set up during the Marine period starting at the promulga- sea, fIe bushes, barrie
occupation. tion or the present decree edab- houses etc.. where the'
A proposal of a resolution ask- ling him to take, by decree hav- keep up a constant flyii
ing for more protection of the ;ing the power of the law, an3 age of various sized re
Judiciary Corps was presented measure he will deem necess- out rluch chance of',i'I
by Deputy Moise. Mr. Lucien Be 'aiv for the safety of our public damage to their ownp
'izaire proposed to add to this finances and the salvation of thti A'ftctwo hers Q'Civi
resolution that "the Executive general, economy of the country the ,Cressier team' soug
dismiss Officer Tony Pierre from This first bill was rejected the forcements in the f't
;he iHaitian Army." following day by the Lower local police who rin"
The solution was s6 amended 'House which concluded its ssea et' aip iuttiing 'i:en'f
:md sent to the Executive inor- sion at 2pm. "'puglat" .by makintg fIIb
der that the necessary measures 'The second bill, containing es- tribu t io ns ofd 'eoo-rj
e taken. sentially the same pinposals as blows.:- that.,deadri.g.
'he first, was presented in the ive little length, of siek.
Lower House when the session The effect of the police|
resumed at 10:55 pm Vednes- battle was sufficientfi tod
DEPARTMENT OF day. The Bill was presented to e.itablish a nTitial ne-F
S. s colleagues by Deputy Lavol- the'combatiig footbidldetl'
COMMERCE AND .sier Lamothe by stating, that ."In the constabulary .then .,J
his grand Jacmel message the up with ,a$a~ls I~jer A*
CORPORATIONS President exposed the great dif-which featured a colle
ficulties with which..his govern- Laferonelle team membib&
A pew law has been deposited meant is confronted and also put efereeaborde lost ll
.t-fhe Congress by the Minister accentuation, on the -heavy eestein the "match" whel
of Commerce. The preambles orts that need to be made to e ullyit ed .tne.oo
Ef the law and their real aim regenerate..the country and re- idW laeS L t 41'Ad:-.t
:3s outlined to us by an import- duce the misery of the. people. te o
mntlsource of the Department of "You cannot ignore Sirs that d full-bak who
Commerce confirm our opinion the economic situation is verya.nd, full-ack who.
,.hat the objective of this law gravireto the point that the Gov- bring Labo r15 kt
^s of prime importance, ernment had to prolongate. for an Laterda .-.I ,l
s of -prnA importance. As an aftevrath, d a' .
At t moment period of four months, the pre- planation to the bad
At thiS moment when .we want sent budget. to h be
o engage ourselves in the way "In view of permitting the of the players arrested
Af industrialization, it is desi- Executive to accomplish his to have in s session
able to organize the Eecti veison
able to organizehehe financing t~ric mission, I have the honor anga" or magic &arm col
chipnls. Everyone deplores that tdsubmit to. your appreciation ed of a jacket of powder
'iheO litian. capital goes into the the project of the following de-explosive, a. coconut andi4
vaults' foreign banks or is im- cree of which I solidt 'the bene- of extremely repunant
'tphbilizbd in real estate.l The fit of the urgency vote."e esday
new..law tries to mobilize this the "fighters' were AI
ca)ltal ik, increasing the thrust The bill was then read for the from their prison cells''
ih joint stock societies by en- second time to the Lower House again peace and quiet r.
larging the duties of the BoArd and then voted on: 19 voted for in the Sugar Cane, ountr'.-
of administration and fitting the proposal and four against. til someone else sliSigA
them .in a network. Sent immediately to the Senate. the referee?
the new project of decree was '
SFavoambe conservation has voted unanimously for by 14 Se-
'lsn .hpci ienvin tn otnrk in lrvster nto nrscraent Cabinet Minicster' Lm


ii aricittire or industry and
in tranSporLalion on the busis of
fiscal advantages, for instance,
exoneration of all taxes on shares
and. on income taxes as already
granted to new' industries.
To'reach more investors, will-
ing to increase their capital, sale
')f stock will, from now on, be
made through the National Bank.
We expect comments from spe-
cialists on this new law project.
(From Les Information Tech-
ilqueb & onmmerciales)


At 11:35pm the President of
tht National Assembly, Senator
Antoine Marthold and Interior
and National Defense Minister
Aurele Joseph. declared that in
virtue of the power conferred on
them by the Constitution of the
Republic they declared the 11th
session of the 38th Legislature
closed.
Present at the second session
of the Lower House were the
Minister of Interior and Nation-
al Defense Aurele Joseph and


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Luc Francois and Mar
mec.
The daily Le Matin car!
text of the decree the fol
day and stated "at that la4
one could notice a luxurido
play of military apparattue
On the following evenrin
Interigy and National N
Minister, Aurele Joseph,- r
ed Congressmen at a train
reception that was held fi
to 9pm at the Hotel Villa .


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